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Cheonhwangsan Cheonhwangsan (천황산; ) is name of two mountains in Gyeongsangnam-do province, South Korea:
Cheonhwangsan (South Gyeongsang/Ulsan) Cheonhwangsan is a mountain in South Korea. It sits on the boundary between the city of Ulsan and the city of Miryang, in the province of Gyeongsangnam-do. Cheonhwangsan has an elevation of . It is part of the Yeongnam Alps mountain range.
Pyochungsa Pyochungsa, originally Jungnimsa, is a Korean Buddhist temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism. It stands on the slopes of Jaeyaksan mountain near Cheonhwangsan in the Yeongnam Alps in Danjang-myeon, northern Miryang, South Korea.
Miryang As elsewhere in the Yeongnam region, the landscape is very lumpy, with many craggy hills and low mountains. The highest mountain in Miryang is Gajisan (1240 m), which stands on the northern border. Other high peaks along the border include Hwaaksan and Cheonhwangsan (also called Jaeyaksan). These peaks are part of the Yeongnam Alps, a branch of the Taebaek Mountains.
Ulsan There are 7 tall mountains (Gajisan, Sinbulsan, Ganwolsan, cheonhwangsan, yeongchuksan, Goheonsan, Jaeyaksan) over 1,000m above sea level. Sinbulsan (MT.) Ridge, which changes to a fantastic silver grass field in autumn, is one of the best sights to see in the Yeongnam Alps. Eoksae festival is held every early October in Ganwoljae which is best known for its colony of silver grass.
Eoreumgol The valley is situated on the slopes of Cheonhwangsan mountain, at about 600 m above sea level. It lies in Nammyeong-ri, Sannae-myeon, in northern Miryang, and covers a total area that is variously estimated at 9000 and 30000 m². The cold water flowing from the valley has traditionally been used for drinking by nearby residents.