Gwangju Biennale: To clarify misconceptions regarding the history of Gwangju, the Gwangju
Biennale joins in the celebration of diverse cultures so that Gwangju can become a city of
light that uses art to brighten the dark reality of Korean separation.
Gwangju City: An introduction to the city and its administrative organisations, from
the official Gwangzu City site.
Kwangju Folk Museum: An introduction to Korea's traditional folk culture to help you
appreciate Korea's folk heritage. The museum houses a collection of over 9,000 items of
which 3,000 are on permanent exhibit.
Mt. Mudungsan: Mt. Mudung (1,187m) stretches from the eastern edge of Gwangju-city, to
Damyang and Hwasun. Famous stones Kyubong, Ibsok-dae, and Sosok-dae, and temples
Chungshim-sa, Wonhyo-sa, and Yaksa-sa are located around the peak.