Located in Naeson-dong, Uiwang-si (Culture and Art-ro 65, Garmangeul Park is a space where citizens can take a leisurely walk and meet various Korean-themed artworks.
It's not a big park, but it's located at the foot of Moraksan Mountain, so it's a good place to take a walk with a wide lawn and hills, and it's a major healing park in Uiwang City where citizens can easily enjoy a walk after lunch and dinner.
Garmangeul Park, which was built to commemorate Korean scholar Dr. Lee Hee-seung, who was born in Uiwang-si, also connects Baegun Lake and Moraksan Dulegil nearby.
In the center of the park, there is a sculpture inspired by Korean consonants, and you can also see a bench function where you can relax while imprinting the preciousness of our writing. Works are generally comfortable and comfortable spaces.
If you keep going up the street after passing the park, you will reach Baekun Lake, which is named Culture and Art Road, so you can meet various elements that can stimulate your emotions.