It is a family-themed Ppuri Park located in Jung-gu, Daejeon. It is a place where you can understand various traditions and cultures and look back on them.
Ppuri Park, a family name theme park, opened in 1997. Ppuri Park includes a family name sculpture, camping site, landscape lighting, the Korean genealogy museum, and Hyo Culture Village. On the way to Ppuri Park, you can also see plant sculptures that represent traditional folk sculptures in various forms.
Character sculptures in traditional clothes with '孝' are attracting my attention. It is the way to the Ppuri Park with beautiful scenery made of rivers and mountains.
Guide to Ppuri Park Availability
-November to February: 07:00 to 21:00
The first place you face at Ppuri Park across the bridge is the Korean genealogy Museum. It is also a place where you can get closer to the genealogy in depth.
There is an information sign stone for Ppuri Park. Through this, We learn the meaning of the family name and thought about the purpose of the establishment.
The hours of use of the Korean genealogy museum vary depending on the stage of social distancing, so please ask in advance before you visit.
There is a Ppuri park grass square. Around the grass square, there are places to sit and rest. There was a space to take a break in various forms, such as a pavilion and a table.
One of the most impressive aspects of Ppuri Park is the trumpet creeper, which is one after another with lighting.
Neungtrumpet creeper is near the Ppuri park bench.
After passing through the grass square, there is a family name sculpture.
There are 244 family name sculptures. It was a meaningful time to find your family name sculpture.
There are also places where you can get closer to nature, such as Dulegil and the road leading to the observatory.
It's a pavilion, a road connected to a mountain.
There are also wooden deck roads on the way to the pavilion.
There is also a road leading to the Bangami Bridge, so you can look at the natural scenery in a variety of ways.
Mugunghwa flowers in the shape of the Korean Peninsula are visible on the road connected to the Bangami Bridge in Ppuri Park.
There is a waterfront stage on the other side of the Bangami Bridge. There is an open ceiling above the seat.
There is Yudeungcheon Stream in front of the waterfront stage of Ppuri Park.
There's a gentle wave. The mountain and the water are in harmony.
It is a place where you can rest in a space composed of a stream, grass square, and forest while walking along the trail. It is a place where you can see the colorful autumn foliage.
Reporter: Jeong Ye-dam (Daejeon Social Media reporter)