The Korean Peninsula
Sainam Rock (Mount Dokjol)

Sainam Rock (Mt. Dokjol) is located (appr. 36°53'39.05"N 128°20'25.58"E) in Sainam-ri, Daegang-myeon in North Chungcheong Province.

It is one of eight scenic areas in Danyang and is located in the southeast side of Danyang-gun, along with Sangseonam Rock, Jungseonam Rock, and Haseonam Rock of Seonam Valley.

The Sainam Rock is a rugged outcropping with an inspiring height of 70 meters, and the deep blue Namjocheon Stream passes in front of it. Korea south Dokjol mountain Sain-am rock stamp 1973

Korea South 1973, Sain-am rock.


Korea South 1980, Sainamdo.
Drawning by Kim Hong Do (1745-1815)

Kim Hong-do's "Sainamdo" is known for its magnificent view of the precipitous cliffs at the Sainam Rocks, one of the most picturesque places in Danyang, North Chungcheong Province.