Cheonggyecheon is an 11 km long modern stream that runs through downtown Seoul. Created as part of an urban renewal project, Cheonggyecheon is a restoration of the stream that was once there before during the Joseon Dynasty. The stream was covered with an elevated highway after the Korean War. #wintergetaway
Cheonggyecheon is a 10.9-kilometre-long , modern public recreation space in downtown Seoul, South Korea. The massive urban renewal project is on the site of a stream that flowed before the rapid post-war economic development caused it to be covered by transportation infrastructure. The $900 million project initially attracted much public criticism but, since opening in 2005, has become popular among residents and tourists.
Cheonggyecheon is an ancient river that runs from west to east through the Jongno-gu and Central districts in the heart of Seoul. It is about 5.8 kilometers long and takes about three and a half hours to walk. The re-repaired Cheonggyecheon is divided into three sections. The first section is located in the center of Seoul with skyscrapers, from the East Asia Daily to the Plaza Market; the second section is located in the commercial circulation area centered on the Dongdaemun Market, from the Plaza Market to Lanxi Road; the third section is rich in Natural scenery is proud of it, from Lanxi Road to Xintai Iron Bridge.
Walking along Cheonggyecheon, you can gaze at the beautiful skyline drawn by high-rise buildings and traditional buildings, and enjoy Korean historical sites such as Guangtong Bridge, Shuiguan Bridge and Wushuimen Bridge. In addition, there are also modern stylings such as the Wall of Hope, the Cultural Wall, and the Fountain of the Shelter Tunnel. The surrounding shopping malls are similar to the old and famous restaurants, and enjoy the potential charm of Seoul.
Cheonggyecheon, formerly known as Kaifeng, is located in the center of Seoul's city. It is a hydrophobic inland river ordered by the King of the Joseon Dynasty and has a history of more than 600 years. Cheonggyecheon is now a representative landmark in Seoul, a famous tourist punching spot. Today, Seoul is minus nine degrees. I was forced to pull out the door to Qingxichuan to see the light show. To tell the truth, I am still somewhat reluctant. But after seeing the dazzling and colorful lights here, I would rather have to take out all kinds of mobile phones, really worth it! Here we not only see the lights, but also full of power, 2019 hello, let's cheer! z