Near the bridge are the Songin Monument, Kuksa Monument, Hama Monument, and Phyochung Monument. The Songin Monument was built in 1641 in commendation of Jong Mong Ju for his "loyalty" and Kuksa Monument was erected in memory of the horse driver who died together with Jong Mong Ju. The Hama Monument was erected to Jong Mong Ju meaning that all passers-by should get off their horses.
Opposite Sonjuk Bridge is the Pyonchung Pavilion. Inside, there are two huge stelea (stone tablets) on the backs of stone turtles. One stele was erected in 1740 by king Yongjo, the other in 1872 by king Kojong. Both commemorate the conviction and execution of Jong Mong Ju and confirm his loyalty to the ruling dynasty, thereby paradoxically confirming the decaying of the Ri Dynasty. Behind them is the Sungyang Lecture Hall where Jong Mong Ju lived.
The 474-year-long Koryo Dynasty ended with the death of Po-Eun, and was followed by the new Lee Dynasty. The death of Po-Eun symbolized faithful allegiance to the king.