870-meter Sacred Mountain on the border of Andong City
and Yecheon-gun County, North Gyeongsang Province
including Bomun-san 642m and Cheondeung-san 575m, and other subsidiary peaks
Host of historic Bomun-sa, Bongjeong-sa, Gaemok-sa,  
and Gwanheung-sa Temples,  with Byeongsan Seowon
between the Naeseong-cheon and Nakdong-gang Rivers
Sacred Places of Hakka-san:

Bomun-san Bomun-sa Temple
Seogan-sa Hermitage

Cheondeung-san Bongjeong-sa Temple
Yeongseon-am Hermitage
Jijo-am Hermitage

Cheondeung-san Gaemok-sa Temple

Hakka-san Gwanheung-sa Temple
Aeyeon-am Hermitage
Jeonghyo-gak Hermitage

Nearby to the South:  
Andong's  Hahoe Aristocratic Village, UNESCO WCH Site

Andong's  Byeongsan Seowon Academy, UNESCO WCH Site

Nearby to the Southeast:  
Deungun-san Go-un-sa,
an important historic temple associated with the sage Choi Chi-won
The Hakka-san mountain-cluster, with its summit at 870m, is the biggest peak and
crucial center along the
Munsu-jimaek Sub-Range besides Munsu-san itself (1206m).

Munsu-jimaek branches off S then SW from Okdol-bong 1242m (between Sobaek-san
and Taebaek-san)
along the Baekdu-daegan Mountain-System -- it divides the upper
Nakdong-gang River watershed
(Taebaek to Andong Counties) on its east from the
Naeseong-cheon River watershed
(of Bonghwa, Yeongju and Yecheon Counties) to its west.
Late-Joseon-Dynasty painting of a sacred ancient sprawling pine-tree in the Andong area