View to the northwest from Nakhwa-am Peak of Buso Mountain Fortress. Note the Baekje styled ferry which transports tourists along Baengma River. It is said that when the Tang-Silla forces breached the mountain fortress, 3,000 Baekje court ladies chose to leap from this peak than be taken captive by the enemy. Thus the peak is called is called Nakhwaam, which literally translates as ‘The Rock of Falling Flowers’.

View to the northwest from Nakhwa-am Peak of Buso Mountain Fortress. Note the Baekje styled ferry which transports tourists along Baengma River. It is said that when the Tang-Silla forces breached the mountain fortress, 3,000 Baekje court ladies chose to leap from this peak than be taken captive by the enemy. Thus the peak is called is called Nakhwaam, which literally translates as 'The Rock of Falling Flowers'.

 
 

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