city in South Korea

Iksan (익산) is in North Jeolla.


Main road through Iksan

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Iksan is a major rail junction in South Korea.

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  • [dead link] Jewelry Museum.
  • 1 Mireuksaji Relics Museum. Iksan was an important site of many temples during the Baekjae Kingdom in the 7th century    
  • [dead link] Wanggung-ri Relics Museum.
  • Prison filming location, 154-4, Wacho-ri, Seongdang-myeon, Iksan-si. If you have ever watched a prison scene in a Korean film or drama, then chances are it was filmed here, in the country's only purpose built prison set.
  • 2 Mireuksa Temple (미륵사). National Treasure No.11, established in AD602 by Mking Mu of the Baekje kingdom
  • 3 Garam Literature Museum (가람문학관), Garam 1-gil 76, Yeosan-myeon, Iksan-si, North Jeolla-do, +82 63-832-1891. Mar-Oct: 09:00-18:00, Nov-Feb 09:00-17:00. Closed every Monday. Garam Byung-gi Lee (Garam is his pen-name) is a scholar of Koran literature who established theory of Modern Korean Sijo (traditional three-verse Korean poem). This literature museum is founded to commemorate his achievement related Korean literature. (updated Sep 2019)







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