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    • Lacebark pine(pinus bungeana zucc.)of Susong-dong in Seoul
    • Lacebark Pine of Jogyesa Temple, Seoul
    • Lacebark Pine of Jogyesa Temple, Seoul
    • Lacebark Pine of Jogyesa Temple, Seoul
    • Lacebark Pine of Jogyesa Temple, Seoul
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 Classification Natural Monument   9
 Name of Cultural
 Properties
Lacebark Pine of Jogyesa Temple, Seoul
 Kind of Cultural
 Properties
Old Big Tree
 Quantity 1 Tree(125㎡)
 Designated Date 1962.12.03
 Address 55, Ujeongguk-ro  Jongno-gu  Seoul
 Age
 Owner Private Property (Korean Buddhist Jogye Order)
 Manager Jongno-gu
 Description The Lacebark Pine is called the "white pine" or the "white bone pine" because the bark of this tree becomes white.

This tree was introduced from China by missionaries during the Joseon Dynasty.The age of Lacebark Pine in Susong-dong, Seoul, is difficult to determine.

Its height is about 14m and its girth is about 1.85m.

This Lacebark Pine is beside the main hall of the Jogyesa Temple.

The tree's branch towards the main hall is the only part alive.

The stalks of this tree were operated on.

The one side of this Lacebark Pine is adjacent to the passage and the other side of this Lacebark Pine is adjacent to the building.

Therefore, this place is inadequate for the tree to grow, and this Lacebark Pine is not preserved well.The Lacebark Pine in Susong-dong, Seoul, is rare.

This Lacebark Pine has been cared for by our descendants for a long time and it is valuable in biology.

Therefore, this Lacebark Pine will have to be preserved continuously.
 
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