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Hangpaduri Hangmong (Anti-Mongolian) Historic Site

A Historied Site Where Sambyeolcho Fought Against Mongolian Troops to the End

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It was designated as Historic Site 396. This is the place where Sambyeolcho, a resistance group, fought until their end against the Mongolian troops during the Goryeo Dynasty. The historic place has exhibition halls, a monument, and earthen fortifications that still remains. There is a spring called “Jangsumul” which is also known as the place where General Kim Tong-jeong jumped to kill himself, and his footprints have been left on the land. The water from this spring, however, is undrinkable. Sambyeolcho was originally an elite military unit during the Goryeo Dynasty. The unit strongly opposed the peace treaty between Goryeo and the Mongols that was signed in February of the 11th year of King Wonjong’s reign (1270). In resistance, Sambyeolcho went down to Jindo Island, Jeolla-do, to continue their fight against the Mongolians. When they were defeated there, the unit retreated again to Jejudo Island to continue their resistance activities, which lasted around 2 years. In April of the 14th year of King Wonjong, not a single member of Sambyeolcho remained. Currently, Sambyeolcho’s anti-Mongolian struggles to protect their land from foreign invaders give us lessons in patriotism. The Korean government allocated KRW 745 million for the fortress’s renovation and monument erection in July 21st, 1977. A year later in June 1978, the renovation was completed.


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