Around Seoul in 6 days: Gwanghwamun Square and Cheonggyecheon Stream

Mingling around Gyeongbokgung Palace should be tiring. We decided to take a walk at Gwanghwamun Square near to the palace. It looks like Putrajaya Square in Malaysia (I think so). The place where people having a rest and dreaming. Ahaha. Just joking. We can see the the street painter with their beautiful drawing. Some of street performance and of course the fountain and monument there. Beautiful place to hang out. Hmmm…

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The great general, Yi Sun Sin monument
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King Sejong, the father of Hangul writing monument

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The name list of the KIng
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The giant snails in the heart of Seoul

The Cheonggyecheon Stream is quite chilly in the evening even it is a fake stream made by human. Nature’s call. Opps! Mother nature’s call. Wakaka… But it’s even beautiful at night. Too bad I can’t see the night version of Cheonggyecheon. I’ll make sure I’ll do that next time I visit that place. It’s a must.

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Directions:
[Subway]
Get off at Gyeongbokgung Subway Station, (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit # 5 and walk for 5 minutes.

OR

Get off at Gwanghwamun Station on Seoul subway line 5 and go out of Exit # 2.

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