* "Reung (or Neung)" is a tomb for a king or a queen, "won" is a tomb for a crown prince or crown princess, and "myo" is a tomb for other people.
The royal tombs of Joseon Dynasty was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 2009.
2. Gyeongneung Royal Tomb
A Gyeongneung Royal Tomb with double mounds on separate hills where King Deokjong (posthumously honored, the father of King Seongjong), the first son of King Sejo (the 7th king of Jeoseon), and Queen Sohye are buried.
A royal tomb with a single mound, having the form of a twin-mounded tomb, where Queen Jeonseong, the first wife of King Yeongjo (the 21st king of Joseon) is buried.
8. Myeongneung Royal Tomb
A royal tomb with twin mounds where King Sukjong, the 19th king of Joaeon, and his second wife Queen Inhyen are buried, and a royal tomb with a single mound where Queen Inwon, the third wife of King Sukjong, is buried.