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    • · Address : 14-21, Dalgubeoldae-ro-525-gil, Suseong-gu, Daegu
    • · Contact : 82-53-742-3178
    • · Website : http://Mmj.suseong.kr
After naturalization of Du Sachung who had led the reinforcements from Myeong Dynasty to help us during Imjin Waeran period, his offspring built the Momyeong-jae in 1912. Du Sachung settled down in Gyesan-dong area after planning, however, he missed his wife and siblings far away in China so much that he moved to the foot of Choijeong-san (the current Daedeok-san) and named the village as Daemyeong-dong to imply how much he missed his hometown. The origin of Momyeong-jae’s name came from missing his motherland, and the name of Mandong-mun implied that he would never forget his motherland. The past Momyeong-jae was torn down in 1912 and built again with the original wood in front of Du Sachung’s cemetery. It was rebuilt again in 1966 for its too old construction. After naturalization of Du Sachung who had led the reinforcements from Myeong Dynasty to help us during Imjin Waeran period, his offspring built the Momyeong-jae in 1912. Du Sachung was from Dureung, China with the assumed name of Momyeong. The Imjin Waeran happened in 1592 when Du Sachung led the reinforcements with Jedok I Yeosong of Myeong Dynasty for the terrain reconnaissance so as to fix the suitable battle field for the waterway plan. As the best brain man of I Yeosong, Du Sachung proposed lots of suggestions for military adjustment and fought with Joseon side by side with close negotiation on Joseon military strategies and tactics. He made contributions again when he led the reinforcements with his 2 sons during the Jeongyu Jaeran period, then was naturalized in Joseon after the war. He was granted with the land (which is the current Central Park area) after the naturalization and moved to Gyesan-dong after Gyeongsang-do Gamyeong had been brought into Daegu. He missed his wife and siblings far away in China so much that he moved to the foot of Choijeong-san (the current Daedeok-san) and named the village as Daemyeong-dong to imply how much he missed his hometown. On the 1st day of every month (lunar year), he would put on the robe and worship the King of his country (towards the direction of this motherland). His offspring buried him under the foothill of Hyeongje-bong as per his will. The past Momyeong-jae was torn down in 1912 and built again with the original wood in front of Du Sachung’s cemetery. It was rebuilt again in 1966 for its too old construction. The origin of Momyeong-jae’s name came from missing his motherland, and the name of Mandong-mun implied that he would never forget his motherland. The inscription on the tombstone was engraved again and another Sindo-bi was set up in front of Momyeong-jae. The inscription was built by Samnam navy commander, the 7th generation offspring of General I Sunsin, which implied that the friendship between I Sunsin and Du Sachung during Imjin Waeran period had greatly influenced their offsprings. The Momyeong-jae was built on the flat continent. You will meet the front Momyeong-jae of a huge tile-roof house after entering the main door, and it’s constructed with 4 frontage rooms and 2 side rooms. There are hypocaust rooms on the both sides of the living room, the Toit-gan with half room scale, the frontage middle room (the bedroom across the hall floor) is pavaged with red brick, all of which have formed the solid structure with huge round stanchions. It’s decorated with the front Changbang (the auxiliary materials for connecting the house stanchions, storing flowerpot and square wood etc.) and Janghyeo (the long wood for supporting), perfectly representing the construction style of 20th century.
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Business Hours AM 09:00 ~ PM 06:00
Facilities for the Handicapped That no separate facilities
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· Momyeong-jae     Contact :  82-53-742-3178      Information : 1330

· Momyeong-jae     Contact :   82-53-742-3178      Information : 1330

· Momyeong-jae
· Contact :  82-53-742-3178
· Information : 1330

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