The Bomusan Greens are located on the border of 11 towns, including Desa-dong Jung-gu Daejeon which is one of Eight Magnificent Sights. The name originated from a word meaning “treasure mountain.” It embraces Bonum Land, Pupu Land, Youth Square, Bomusan Park (Sajeong Park), Out Door Concert Hall, and an observatory, recreation facilities, and cable cars. It also has 20 springs, one every 20 meters, each of which has drinkable water. Gochoksa Temple, located below Siru peak, has natural rock resembling the Buddha Statue. This mountain has 10 trail routes including the Sirubong, Mupilbon, and Sansunggil trails. The top of the mountain has important historical remains, for example, the Bomun mountain fortress, the Buddha Seated Statue, and the Bomusaji Stone Construction.
Bomun Mountain Fortress : This fortress was built in the late Baekje Dynasty, It is 390 m high from sea level, and it is 300m long, and 2 m tall located south from Bomun Observatory. In 1992, a fortress restoration project built a tower inside the fortress, so that it can be seen from the city. This fortress looks down at the Daejeon City. People can see the Sorisan, Dukyusan and Unjangsan mountains on the clear day. Buddha Seated Statue : This statue is engraved in rocks on the east gorge of Bomusan. It is considered an early Josun Dynasty work because of the simple engraving technique of the Buddha face. It was designated as a 19th Daejeon City Treasure in May 1990. Its nickname is “Jangsu Buddha made of granite”. It is 320㎝ high. The head is 80㎝ high, its ear, 43㎝ long, its knee, 230㎝ wide.