Manchurian Fresno, a natural monument.

It is located near the Myohyang Stream Road, slightly set back from Pohyon Temple on Mount Myohyang, one of the six major mountains in Korea.

It has grown there since around the year 1870. It measures 24.4 meters in height, 3.6 meters in lower perimeter, 3 meters in perimeter at chest height. Its crown is 15.7 meters in East-West and 14.1 meters in North-South.

Two thick branches emerge from its trunk, giving the impression that they were two trees.

It has a black or gray bark, blooms between May and June and bears fruit in September and October.

It is listed as a natural monument for its rarity and unusual longevity.