Samjeondo Monument

Local name서울 삼전도비
LocationSeoul, South Korea

The Samjeondo Monument is a Manchu–Mongolian–Chinese trilingual monument marking the submission of the Korean Joseon dynasty to the Manchu-led Chinese Qing dynasty in 1636 after the latter's invasion of the former. Its original name was Daecheong Hwangje Gongdeok Bi, which means the stele to the merits and virtues of the Emperor of the Great Qing. Initially erected at Samjeondo, near the Sambatnaru crossing point of the Han River in modern-day Seoul, it was thereafter buried and erected again several times. It is designated as the 101st historic site of South Korea.

Download Download See more

More information and contact


Address South Korea

Coordinates 37°30'38.036" N 127°6'5.981" E

Sygic Travel - A Travel Guide in Your Pocket

Download for free and plan your trips with ease
Enter your mobile phone number to receive a direct link to download the app:
Or just search for \"Sygic Travel\" in App Store or Google Play.
Sygic Travel Maps The world's first map app tailored for travelers
Use the app Not now