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The Umbilical Cord Tomb of King Taejo of Joseon Dynasty (Hanja: 太祖大王胎室) is a tomb which contains the umbilical cord of King Taejo Yi Seong-gye, the founder of Joseon Dynasty (1392-1398). The tomb is located on Southern Chungcheong Province - Daejeon Metropole municipal border (Daejeon Dong-gu, precinct of Haso-dong - Majeon-ri, Chubu-myeon, Geumsan County, Southern Chungcheong Province) at the foot of Mount Manin (만인산/萬仞山/Maninsan; elevation 538m/1765ft above sea level). The specific location of this umbilical cord is located at Majeon-ri san 1-86 and 1-66 beonji, Chubu-myeon, Geumsan County, Southern Chungcheong Province.
King Taejo Yi Seong-gye's tomb which is called Geonwolleung, was built by King Taejong Yi Bang-won, the third monarch of Joseon Dynasty (1400-1418), and noted as one of the oldest Royal Joseonese Tombs, located in the Donggureung Royal Tomb Cluster at Inchang-dong, Guri City, Gyeonggi Province - just northeast of Seoul. Additionally, in keeping with eastern tradition, his umbilical cord has been preserved on the foot of Mount Manin.