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Outdoor Exhibitions

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Outdoor Exhibitions
Outdoor area of Suwon Museum is another large capacity exhibition space that exhibits Songdeokbi erected in praise of the government officials of Suwon during Chosun Dynasty, various stone articles including tombstones, Mooninseok, Mooinseok and Hyangroseok that Hanshin University donated, Yaksabul transferred from Hwaseo-dong, Hyojajeongmun of Wooseungji Ryu Tae Myung and his descendant Ryu Eui, Dolmuji Deotneol tomb transferred from Yimok-dong and various donated pots that are placed in front of Children’s Experience Center, thereby offering wide variety of things to see to the visitors.

Key historical relics

  • Songdeokbi
  • Tombstones
  • Other relics

Mooninseok

Mooninseok

Stone figure with configuration of a person erected in front of royal tomb or graveyard, and wears garments of Bukdugongbok or Geumgwanjobok.

Mangjuseok : Stone figure erected in front of royal tomb or graveyard, as is in the configuration of octagonal post

Sangseok : Stone figure erected in front of royal tomb or graveyard, as is in the configuration of rectangle. Sacrificial offerings are place on top of this.

Honyooseok : Rectangular stone placed at the back of Sangseok in order for soul to rest during the sacrificial rites.

Hyangroseok : Stone used to place incense burner in front of the grave

Goseok : Item that supports Honyooseok.

Goeimokjunggyobi

Goeimokjunggyobi
A monument erected in commemoration of the locations that King Jungjo passed by during his trip to Hwasung. It was originally placed next to the Jijidaegogae Bridge and was transferred to this position. Although it is said that Goeimokjung is the pagoda located next to the bridge, there is no detailed record.

Doldeotneol Tomb

Doldeotneol Tomb
Doldeotneol tomb is a grave constructed by making deep underground hole and establishing square Deotneol by piling up natural stones or river stones. Dead persons were either place in the Deotneol directly or by placing them in wooden coffin. This tomb was excavated in Yimok-dong and transferred to this location, and is the first Doldeotneol tomb built during the unified Silla Dynasty excavated in the Suwon region. Grayish blue colored Yeonjinwan (a concave container made of soft material) and light yellow colored Yeonjildaebuwan were also excavated.

Jungryeomun

Jungryeomun
Jungryemun is a red colored door erected in front of village of house to have the virtuous acts of those who are exemplary to others including faithful royal retainers, child with exceptional filial piety and widows maintaining faithfulness to the husband who passed away known widely. As Jungryebi or Jungryegi shaped like tablet is placed in the Jungryemun, it is also refered to as Hyojagak or Jungryegak. This Jungryemun is the only remaining Hyojajungmun in the region of Suwon and was donated by the Ryu family of Jeonju. It is the Hyojajungmun of Wooseungji Ryu Tae Myung in 1743 (in the 19th year of King Youngjo) and Hojochampan Ryu Eui, the great-grandson of Ryu Tae Myung in 1812 (in the 12th year of King Soonjo).

Yaksabul

Yaksabul
Yaksabul is the Buddha that leads one to attain enlightenment by rescuing the mankind from diseases. This Buddha statue of was transferred from Hwaseo-dong, Suwon City and its principle image of Buddha is Yaksayeoraesang. It is a rare stone Buddha statue with Samjonsang carved out of the same stone. Until recently, the ladies of the household of Jung clan of Dongrae in Hwaseo-dong offered a memorial service on the first day of every months. Story that a woman stricken with the agony of inability to bear son gave birth to 3 sons after having offered fervent prayers to the Yaksabul is passed down.

Jangseung

Jangseung
Jangseung is a statue erected at the entrance of village or Buddhist temple. Face of a person is either drawn or carved out at the top and letters are engraved in the middle. It is believed to be a guardian deity that protects the village people from various evil spirits or disease, as well as identifies the boundary or location of the temple or region to new comers or visitors. This Jangseung is a reproduction of the Jangseung standing at the Mireukdang village at the Pajang-dong in Suwon City. The Jangseung with letters Nambangchukguicheonhadaejanggun and Bukbangchukguicheonhadaejanggun is a male Jangseung, while the one with letters Nambangchukguijihadaejanggun and Bukbangchukguijihadaejanggun is a female Jangseung.

Yeonjabanga

Yeonjabanga
Yeongjabanga is hulling equipment to process grains. Spherical stone is placed and rotated around on top of flat circular stone by using the strength of cows or horses. Pulling force of cow or horse causes the top stone to rotate while maintaining vertical relationship with the bottom stone, it achieves high efficiency in work done. One person will hold onto cow or horse to pull them in right direction, while another follows and feeds and flips the grain to be hulled. Because the cost of production of Yeonjabanga was extremely high, a village jointly purchased and used them. This Yeonjabanga was transferred from Hwaseo-dong in Suwon City.

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