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Jeju April 3rd Historic Sites

April 3rd Historic Sites List

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Gonul-dong
Jeju-si

Formal site of Gonul-dong

There were around 70 households in Gonul-dong. On 4 January 1949, soldiers burnt the village to the ground and it was never restored. Soldiers invaded the village without warning, burnt all houses ...

Former Distillery Site
Jeju-si

Former Distillery Site

Oriental Development Company Jeju Distillery was established in 1934 by Japan and it was an important industrial facility before and after the liberation. The warehouse of the distillery was used a...

Gwanduckjeong Pavillion
Jeju-si

Gwanduckjeong Pavillion

Gwandeokjeong Pavilion was built by Pastor Sin Suk-Cheong in the thirtieth year of King Sejong's reign (1448) as a training ground. On 1 March 1947, people joined the ceremony to commemorate t...

Gwaneumsa Temple (Former military camp sites)
Jeju-si

Gwaneumsa Temple

Gwaneumsa Temple was established in 1909 and it was close to Eoseungseng which used to be a base camp for armed resistance, and therefore, it underwent all sorts of hardships. From March 1949, the ...

Jeju April 3rd Peace Park
Jeju-si

Jeju April 3rd Peace Park

Jeju 4·3 Peace Park was established to remember the tragic history of the Jeju April 3rd Uprising and Massacre, restore victims’ reputations and promote Jeju as an island of peace and human rights....

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Jeju-si

Jeju-si Cemetry for the Loyal Dead

Memorial stones for soldiers and police officers who were killed during the April 3rd Uprising are erected at the cemetery for the Loyal Dead located in Jeju city. Colonel Park Jin-gyeong’s memoria...

연미마을회관
Jeju-si

연미마을회관

연미마을회관

제주농업학교 옛터
Jeju-si

제주농업학교 옛터