The park was created by the Korea National Housing Corporation as part of Deungchon Housing Development Project and was donated to Gangseo-gu. It is called Wondang Neighborhood Park as it is close to the Wondang Intersection. It is a small park primarily for local residents. Its 150m-long trail covered with elastic rubber and 60m-long bare foot acupressure trail allow visitors to enjoy exercise and a chance to relax.
Establishment: December 6, 1994
Park area: 10,096.4㎡
Main plants: pine, P. strobus, zelkova, Meta Sequoia, sophora japonica.
Main facilities: Elastic rubber-paved trail, acupressure trail, small playground, sports facilities, kids' playground, pavilion, pergola, restroom.
Located at 333-2 Gaehwa-dong, Gangseo-gu on the hillside of the northern part of Gaehwasan Mountain, this temple was originally called Gaewhasa Temple before King Sunjo of Joseon Dynasty and then renamed Yaksasa Temple. According to an article written by Songsukwang in the 27th year of King Sunjo (1827), the temple, which is called Yaksaam in the article, is an old temple that was created during the Three Han States period. This temple also appears in one of the paintings of the great painter Jeong Seon.
This temple is located at 81-13 San, Gaehwa-dong, southwest of the ridge of Gaehwasan Mountain stretching north to south from the summit of the mountain. Mitasa Temple is said to have been built in the same period as Yaksasa Temple.
690-5 Deungchon-dong, Gangseo-gu, Seoul (Postal code 07585)