|Location||Anjeong-ri, Gurim-myeon, Sunchnag-gun, Jeollabukdo|
|Total Area||289 ha|
|Year of Establishment||1993|
|Accommodation Capacity||500 persons|
|Management Office||National Natural Recreation Forest Office|
Hoemunsan (Mt.) has the geographical features of a typical Korean mountain with Janggubong (Peak, 780m) in the northwest and Hoemunbong (Peak, 837m) in the north. Along the stretches of mountain ranges to the southwest, there are big and small rocky outcrops that create beautiful landscapes. The southeast stretch is made up of Cheonmabong (Peak) and Gotdaebong (Peak). Native oak species are dominant in the forests, along with some Japanese cherries, Korean azaleas, chocolate vines, and other wild plants. You can enjoy the colorful patches of wild flowers in the spring and rich colors of the autumn leaves in the fall. It is also a historic place where the national patriots such as Choe Ik-hyun, Lim Chang-byeong and Yang yun-suk fought against the Japanese forces. There are also remains of the Korean War including soldier camps.
Hoemunsan Recreation Forest