Cheongryang-san 청량산 Provincial Park in Bonghwa County of North Gyeongsang Province
Nae-Cheongryang-sa, the "Inner" Temple there, founded by Great Master Wonhyo-daesa in the mid-to-late 600s. Photos by Andrew Douch from New Zealand -- See his nice website of photos of Korean mountains.
Cheongryang-san is a highly-sacred mountain in-between Andong City and Sobaek-san, forming a spur-range off the Deoksan-jimaek Range that branches from the Nakdong-Jeongmaek Range (at Chilbo-san 914m). Its main peak is 870m, and its subrange includes Sanseong-bong 845m, Munmyeong-san 894m, Hwang-u-san 601m and Mirim-san 686m, all on the east banks of the upper Nakdong River. It is famous for stunningly-beautiful scenery, contains the grandly-situated Nae-Cheongryang-sa Temple and a few other smaller temples and shamanic shrines. In addition, just across the border into Andong City and just across the Nakdong River, in the southwestern "Saeji-san" area of Cheongryang-san, sits Korea's most famous Neo-Confucian Academy the Dosan-Seowon