Yungneung and Geolleung are two royal tombs from the Joseon Dynasty within an oak-forested park in Hwaseong, South Korea. Yungneung is the tomb of Crown Prince Sado and Princess Hyegyeong, while Geolleung houses King Jeongjo and Queen Hyoui. The tombs are part of the UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site of the Royal Tombs Of The Joseon Dynasty.
The tomb itself features retaining stones around its perimeter, is decorated by capstones featuring prominent carved lotuses, possibly to soothe the spirit of Prince Sado, whom his son had believed to have been killed before reaching his full potential. The tomb is guarded by statues on the downward slope, at the bottom of which sits a shrine, which is in turn led to by a wide worship road.Annual memorial rites are held here on the second Sunday of April.The park is open from 9 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. (last admission 5.30) from March to October, closing one hour earlier from November to February, but is closed on Mondays. There is an entrance fee of 1000 won for adults and 500 won for children.