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The starting point of Jeju’s history
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승인 2014.05.20  18:05:41
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▲ Photo by Woo Shinhyung, Samda Times team

[This article is written by a JDC Junior Journalist. The JDC Junior Journalist program is an educational project sponsored by Jeju Free International City Development Center (JDC). JDC Junior Journalist articles are only briefly edited by mentors before publishing.]

On the morning of May 3rd, the Junior Journalists went to Samseonghyeol which is in the heart of Old Jeju. Tourists who came from many different cities in Korea visited the park . They were touring Jeju’s attraction. They passed by because it is nearby their hotel.


Now, Let us check in detail about Samseonghyeol. According to the following legend, 4300 years ago, the three familes (‘Ko’ ‘Yang’ ‘Bu') were born. They married with princesses who brought horses and seeds. This is the orgin of Tamna kingdom’s beginning.

One of the tourists Cho Ye-suel and Park seo-lim said “The air is so fresh and the trees are the best among Samseonghyeol. We passed by because it’s near from the hotel.”

The second person was Park Jung-hee, from Dae-jeon, she said, “I already knew the history about Samseonghyeol because I had seen the movie about Samseonghyeol. I came here for the tour. I think the movie made me understand more about it.”

One of the park’s staff said “Samseonghyeol is my favorite place. Also, Samseongjeon is famous among many of tourists. Samsungjeon is the place which sets up the ancestral tablets.”

According to ‘Headline Jeju’ Samseonghyeol’s three families (‘Ko’, ‘Yang’, ‘Bu’) are arguing because of their family’s order.

Jeju has beautiful nature. There are many tourist attractions in Jeju. According to KBS news Jeju exceeded ten million tourists.

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