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Mt.Kumgang is situated at the east coast of Korea. It is one of the six celebrated mountains of Korea, offering a unique mix of multifarious 12,000 peaks with fantastic rocks, cascades, pools and an exhilarating sea view.
The mountain has seasonal names; "Kumgang" in spring, meaning it shines like a diamond, "Pongnae" in summer as it was frequented by spirits, "Phungak" in autumn, presenting a rich view of maples and "Kaegol" in winter offering a contrast of white snow and bizarre rocks.
It stretches 60km from south to north and 40km from east to west, covering an area of 530km². It has become more famous with many histrical remains and legends.
Distance: Pyongyang-Wonsan 200km, Wonsan-Mt.Kumgang 110km

Inner Kumgang

It stretches out to the southwestern part of Mt.Kumgang. It represetns the beauty of valleys of the mountain. It presents a feminine-like beauty of numerous waterfalls and sights harmonizing with deep foliage and grotesque rocky cliffs. It is divided in Manphok, Manchon, Paegundae, Myonggyongdae, Thaesang, Kusong and Pirobong Districts. It offers a wide selection of historical remains including Jongyang Temple, Phyonhun Temple, Podok Hermitage, Sambul Rock and Myogil Statue.