Ulmil Pavilion

The pavilion stands on the centre of Moran Hill.

It was built in the mid-6th century as the northern command post of the inner walls of Pyongyang.

It was named after General Ulmil, a patriotic general of Koguryo dynasty who commanded the battles to defend the country.

From olden times, it was considered as one of the eight scenes of Pyongyang as it commands an excellent landscape in spring.

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