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Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
Uiam, which literally means "Righteous Rock," is a large rock where Nongae, a gisaeng (a young woman trained in the arts of music, dancing, and poetry to act as a professional companion for aristocratic men), killed a Japanese military leader by jumping off a cliff into Namgang River while grasping him tightly. She took action just after the Second Jinjuseong Battle in 1593 as an attempt to avenge about 70,000 soldiers, government officials, and civilians who were killed by the Japanese forces that invaded Korea (then Joseon) in 1592. The name of the rock, inspired by Nongae's loyal, patriotic act, was given by the local people who admired her heroism. On the western face of the rock is its name written in seal script in 1629 by local Confucian scholar and calligrapher Jeong Dae-ryung (1599-1661); on the southern face is the second inscription, written in regular script by another calligrapher named Han Mong-sam (1598-1662). The upper surface of the rock measures 3.5 by 3.3 square meters. Historical Site Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 ND Filter Namgang Nongae Righteous Rock Riverside Rock Historical Place Jinju Object Solid Uiam Water 一帶長江 千秋義烈 壬辰倭亂 毛谷村六助 義巖 論介 남강 논개 의암 임진왜란 진주 진주성
A night view of Chokseokru of Jinju Castle in Korea. Japanese Invasion Of Korea In 1592 Namgang Chokseokru Jinju Jinju Castle Jinjuseong Long Exposure Night Night View 남강 대한민국 야경 임진왜란 장노출 진주 진주성 촉석루 한국
#Jinju, #korean house, #namgang,#nam river 남강 진주 진주성 Jinju Castle Korean House Chinju Jinjusi Jinju Namgang Nam River Water Sky Scenics - Nature Tranquil Scene Reflection Tranquility Cloud - Sky