Gyeongbokgung Palace and Cheonggyecheon, which were the centers of Hanyang, are indispensable tourist destinations in Seoul. It will be fun to take a leisurely stroll through Cheonggyecheon, an attractive downtown river in any season, and look at the occasional historical monuments of Seoul. Gyeongbokgung Palace, Folk Museum, and Bukchon Hanok Village and Insa-dong, which you must visit once you come to Seoul, will be a good course for walking.
Cheonggyecheon -> Gyeongbokgung -> Samcheong-dong Sujebi -> National Folk Museum -> Bukchon Hanok Village -> Insa-dong ( Total distance of the course: 7.35km )
It is a river flowing through the boundary between Jongno-gu and Jung-gu in Seoul. Bukaksan Inwangsan gathered heulreoon water, etc. Nanshan Wangsimni out salgotyi feet it falls into the Han River. Original names' ditch ( bascule gawa was). 『Annals of the Joseon Dynasty』 Records on the dredging of Cheonggyecheon in the 49th year of King Yeongjo. The name of Cheonggyecheon is not recorded in the Haedong Map, but the names of various bridges in this river are recorded and described in detail. According to "nephrotic donggukyeojiseungram" "Young Taoism There is only heunginmun soon streams ( bascule gawa is downstream of)" and you can see the old nominee streams of the river have been recorded. During the Japanese colonial period, the name was changed to Cheonggyecheon, and dredging was carried out according to the urban plan. After the liberation of Korea, cover work and the Cheonggye Overpass were constructed, but the river was restored again for safety and urban aesthetics.
A palace built during the early Joseon Dynasty in Sejong-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, and used as a palace. Jeonggung.
It was also called Bukgwol because it is located on the north side of the city . It was built according to the construction of the Joseon Dynasty and was used as a palace in the early days, but after being burned down during the Imjin War, it remained as a ruin for a long time, and was rebuilt during the late Joseon Dynasty during Gojong and used as a palace for a while.
3. Samcheong-dong Sujebi
If you get off at Gyeongbokgung Station of Subway Line 3 and go through the Gyeongbokgung wall and enter Samcheong-dong, you will find a road that stretches over Hana-reum. After passing this road that changes colors every season and sometimes blows away the heat, you can find the Samcheong-dong Sujebi House when you go up to the Samcheong Tunnel. The brick building next to the Prime Minister's office is this restaurant, and it has been featured in Japanese magazines, so even Japanese visitors to it can see it. The signature dish of this house is Sujebi, which is served in a jar with pumpkins cut in songsong, clam meat and potatoes. The taste of the broth and the unchanging taste of the food always attracts customers. In addition, it is said that Dongdongju is often sought after in potato pancakes that are served only with potato starch without adding anything.
4. National Folk Museum
A folk museum located in Gyeongbokgung Palace, Samcheong-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul.
It was established to disseminate and promote the traditional culture of Korean folk and to highlight Korean culture in international culture by researching and researching the lifestyles, customs and customs unique to the Korean people, collecting and preserving life folk relics, and further exhibiting them.
5. Bukchon Hanok Village
Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung between the amounts owed (non) bukaksan to preserve hanok district at the foot of Bukchon also referred to as a means to the upper part of Cheonggyecheon and Jongno. Bukchon is a high- quality house where dignitaries, royal families, and high-ranking grandfathers gathered and lived. Hanoks are all tiled houses of the Joseon Dynasty.
Originally, there were only a few houses with Sotuldaemun and about 30 hanoks in this area, but many hanoks were built from the end of the Japanese colonial period. Entered. There are a total of 2,297 buildings, of which 1,408 are Korean houses and the rest are general buildings.
Bukchon Yangban Living Culture Exhibition Hall and Bukchon Hanok Village symbolic sculptures are installed on Bukchon Street, and Gahoe-dong Traditional Village Festival is held, where you can see the life of the old ancestors. Nearby are tourist attractions such as Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace , Geumwon, and Samcheong Park.
Insa-dong is a valuable space where old but valuable traditional objects are exchanged in the city center. In Insa-dong, alleys are intertwined like a maze around a large road. In this maze, there are many galleries, traditional craft stores, antique art stores, traditional tea houses, traditional restaurants, and cafes. In particular, the stores in Insa-dong are very popular with young people as well as middle-aged people with their unique style. Among them, the gallery is the center that has continued the vein of Insa-dong. There are about 100 galleries concentrated here, where you can enjoy various exhibitions from Korean paintings to prints and sculptures. Representative galleries include Hakgojae, which played a central role in people's art, Gana Gallery, which was the home of talented artists, and Gana Art Center. If you want to choose only the famous galleries in Insa-dong and see them comfortably, you can use the Museum Sunhwa Bus. You can visit about 10 famous galleries at an affordable price.
It is the traditional tea houses and restaurants that fill the streets of Insa-dong along with the Hwarang. It's hard to find at first, but it's very fun to take a walk around the alleys slowly. One of the most representative attractions is the traditional tea house, Gwicheon. Gwicheon is a traditional tea house run by the wife of the late poet Cheon Sang-byeong. . This place is popular because quince tea is the most scented, and even now, it is a place where famous people go. On this day, not only the existing stores, but also traditional performances and exhibitions, as well as the grandfather who sees the compatibility with the jangsu and the saju, will be with you. Those who find pleasure in this are foreigners from all over the world. Foreign tourists who come to see Korean traditional culture look at antiques or buy antiques at traditional stores. Then, they buy candy on the street and eat traditional pajeon. You can also see a lot of foreigners who are indulged in the traditional fashion felt in the city center.
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