|Location:||Kosu-ri, 2 km from Danyang town. 10 minutes on foot from Danyang downtown|
|Open:||MAR to OCT daily 9-17:30. NOV to FEB daily 9-17. |
Adults Won 4,000, Children (14-19) Won 2,500, Children (5-13) Won 1,500.
Groups (+): Adults won 3,500, Children (14-19) Won 2,000, Children (5-13) Won 1,200.
|Dimension:||L=5,400 m, T=15 °C.|
|Guided tours:||L=1,700 m, VR=50 m.|
|Address:||Gosugul Cave Administration Office, Gosu-ri, Danyang-eup, Danyang-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do, Tel: +82-43-422-3072.|
|As far as we know this information was accurate when it was published (see years in brackets), but may have changed since then.
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|OCT-1973||general academic investigation by the Korea Cave Society.|
|NOV-1975||report of the Association for Cave Conservation.|
|21-SEP-1976||cave designated Natural Monument No. 256.|
The main branch of Kosu Cave is 1,200 meters long. It features a variety of spectacular speleothems: stalactites, stalagmites, columns, cave coral, cave pearls, cave shields, draperies, and aragonite crystals. The main chamber has a series of majestic 10-metre long stalactites. The Lion Rock is said to be the guardian of the cave.