Ancient tombs of ancient times have been found on Thursday, a private research institute in the history of the main stadium site Incheon Asian Games Cultural Property Research 2014.Lembaga Seokyeong based in Incheon, which conducted the survey, said they found 39 communal graves from the ancient Korean kingdom of Baekje (BC 18 - AD 660) were found in the proposed construction site in Incheon, 40 kilometers southwest of Seoul.
The survey was commissioned by a government agency to check whether there are cultural properties on the site.
In the grave had been dug trenches around the square is also referred to as the boundary with the surrounding area, to maintain site security during the study
The research also found in the cultural heritage as well as trace the history of innumerable approximately 1,000 artifacts, including a break room cottage ruins from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910)
South Korea is a country that is concerned with historic buildings. There are many ancient buildings in the country which had its capital in Seoul. Some of the relics was used as a world heritage site by UNESCO. among which
- Bulguksa or "Temple of Buddhist Affairs" is a Buddhist temple complex built during the Unified Silla in 751 in the city of Gyeongju.
- Tripitaka Koreana and Haeinsa
Haeinsa is a Buddhist temple. This temple used to store the scriptures Tripitaka Koreana.
- Jongmyo Shrine is located in the capital of Seoul serve as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. This temple was built to keep the memories of members of the Joseon Dynasty.
- Changdeokgung or "Palace of Virtue Honor" was built in 1405 and perished in flames in 1592 due to the Japanese attack. The palace was rebuilt in 1609.