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Shrine for Nongae (Uiamsa Temple)

Provincial Monument No. 46

Shrine for Nongae (Uiamsa Temple)

Shrine for Nongae (Uiamsa Temple) where the portrait of Ju Nongae, who sacrificed her life for the country during the Imjin War, is enshrined and ancestral rites for Nongae are held.

The Magistrate of Jangsu Jeong Ju-seok erected the monument for Nongae to commemorate the loyalty of Nongae and remind people that Jangsu is where she was born. Shrine for Nongae, built in 1955 from donations of Jangsu citizens, was moved to the current location in 1974. Within the precincts of the Shrine for Nongae are the Nongae Monument House, the Memorial Hall, the three gates, Oesammun, Naesammun, and Chunguimun one after another, and Yeongjeonggak Pavilion. Ancestral rites and diverse cultural events take place at this shrine on September 3 by the lunar calendar every year.
Information
  • Address : 41, Nongae sadang-gil, Jansu-eup, Jangsu-gun
  • Office : 063-350-2561, 351-4837
  • Interpretation service (Japanese) : 063-351-4837
  • Hours : 10: 00 - 18:00 (10:00 - 17:00 during winter)
Cultural Tour Guide Service
  • Available for a group of thirty and more
  • Reservations required at least one week prior to the visit
  • Hours: 10: 00-18:00 (10:00-17:00 during winter)