|Location||Gung-dong, Juk-dong, Yuseong-gu|
|Distance/time||4.0km / 1 hour|
|Course||Gungdonggyo Bridge → Eungubi Village → Jukdonggyo Bridge|
|Transportation||City bus (Gungdonggyo Bridge) : 704, 911
Village bus (Gungdonggyo Bridge): No. 1, No. 3
City bus (Jukdonggyo Bridge) : 101, 114, 116, 119
|Point of departure / Point of arrival||Gungdonggyo Bridge / Jukdonggyo Bridge|
Section 2 is a beautiful road where visitors can contemplate the lives of classical scholars and become engrossed in thought amidst the relaxing natural environment.
There is a folk tale about Eungubi Village where classical scholars who turned down government posts moved away from the chaotic society in Joseon Dynasty and enjoyed fortune.
As a section where visitors can walk along the natural stream and rural embankment, passing through Gungdonggyo Bridge up to Jukdonggyo Bridge, the stream untouched by the hands of people and the dense silver grass form a great harmony.
Eungubi Village, situated in the southeast of Jijoksil Village in Jijok-dong, Yuseong, is a village that was also called Eundong. Eungubi Village was situated in a valley, so from a long time ago, it was known as a village where people who had avoided serving in the government lived to enjoy a moral and integral life.
Therefore, Eungubi is famous as a village of classical scholars and a village that began as a mountain cottage.
There is another story about this Eungubi Village. A long time ago, at the end of the Joseon Dynasty, when Protestantism was first introduced from Europe, a Protestant devotee was executed here. Following such an event, the descendants hid away from the world in vain and lived here in seclusion, which was why it was called Eundong.
Eungubi was initially called Eungumi because it was originally a village where classical scholars enjoyed fortune in hiding but was later called Eungubi.