Hello, this is Sabi (Buyeo), the royal capital of Baekje, using the natural topography to surround the outskirts of Buyeo. Buyeo Naseong, which is said to have been built during the reign of King Seongwang (24th generation, 523-554) of Baekje, is located in the north of Cheongsanseong, about 300m away from Busosanseong, located in the northern part of downtown Buyeo, and Neungsan-ri tombs where the kings and royalty of Baekje are sleeping. It is a 6.3km long Toseong Fortress that protects the eastern part of Buyeo that passes through (Baekje Royal Tombwon) to the estuary of the Baekma River of the Geum River.
Neungsa Temple located on the hill between Neungsan Ancient Tombs and Naseong, Buyeo is where the Baekje gilt-bronze incense burner (National Treasure No. 287) was excavated, where you can feel the splendid Baekje culture well known in Japan. It is known as a temple built to pray, and excavations of the old Buyeo Naseong have also confirmed the site of the Naseong Fortress Gate connected to this temple. Also, you can get a glimpse of Baekje’s customs in the fact that royal tombs and temples were built outside the fortress walls rather than inside the fortress walls.
Neungsan-ri Temple Site
In 2015, the Baekje Historic Area became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
|Address||Mt. 16-2 Neungsan-ri, Buyeo-eup, Buyeo-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
충청남도 부여군 부여읍 능산리 산16-2
|Admission Fees||Adult 1000Won, Student 600Won, Child 400Won|
|etc||Historic Site No. 58|
How to go：Take city bus No. 701 at Buyeo Intercity Bus Terminal and get off at Baekje Royal Tomb Won (Nungsan-ri Bun-gun).It takes about 25 minutes