|Location||Mungyeong-eup, Mungyeong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do|
|Height of the Mountain||1106m|
Baekdu Daegan Mountain System makes Jungnyeong (Ridge) after passing through Sobaeksan (Mt.). And while passing by Joryeongsan (Mt.) via Dosolbong (Peak), Hwangjangsan (Mt.), Munsubong (Peak) and Daemisan (Mt.), it makes Mungyeongsaejae (Ridge) between Juheulsan (Mt.) and Joryeongsan, and then locates venerable Mungyeonggwanmun (Gate).
A tale says 'when Juheulsan rose high, it would set up the capital at its foot, but seeing Samgaksan (Mt.) in Seoul which had already risen ahead, it sat down with its back against it. The high rising physical aspect of Juheulsan is admirable and fragrance of long history emits in every valley. There are four splendid hike trails well prepared. It is a thesaurus of wild flowers and was also the guardian mountain of Mungyeonghyeon in the Joseon dynasty.