Sangju Au-Ag

The Sangju mining district is a cluster of historical gold mines from 1927-1943 with up to 38 identified sheeted quartz veins, of which 27 were mined.

14 license applications have been submitted over the historical mining district where gold mineralisation is hosted in a series of subparallel north-northwest striking quartz veins, hosted within granite and granodiorite. Vein widths range from 5-75cm with lengths of up to 1300m historically reported. Limited sampling of waste dumps at the Darae mine returned grades up to 41.4g/t Au.

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