On the other side of the subsidiary dam of Andong Dam, thatched houses can be sparsely seen on a hilltop. The area is the folk scene site where an outdoor museum is built. At the entrance of the outdoor museum two jangseungs (traditional Korean totem poles) are set, followed by a monument inscribed with the poem of famous Andong poet and democracy activist, Lee Yuk-sa. On the monument, his noted works “Gwangya” (Wild Plain) is carved.
Near the Dam, are the Andong Folk Village, Andong Museum, Lee Yuk-sa Monument, a filming site of “Taejo Wanggeon,” and Andongho Lake.
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Drama "Taejo Wang Geon (2000)"
Various traditional architecture, KBS film set
Seonggok-dong, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do