List of Castles in Korea

This is a list of notable castles and fortress from Korea. This includes a variety of structures, including Sanseong (Mountain fortress), Jinseong (Camp fortress), Eupseong (City fortress), and Waeseong (Japanese-style castles in Korea).

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