The beautifully landscaped Gwanghallu-won is the site of the annual Chunhyang Festival, since this is supposedly where the legendary lovers met. The buildings inside include the historic Gwangtong Pavilion, which is now called Chunhyang Hall. The Ojak Bridge, built over a pond, is supposed to ensure a happy marriage to any couple who step on it once a year. Other than being known for the traditional love story, Namwon is also the mecca for Korean pansori. From April to October, there are free daily performances here at noon. In July and September, you can enjoy evening performances at the open-air stage of the Chunhyang Cultural Arts Hall across the stream.