Taepyeong-ro 1st Street, Jung-gu, Seoul ~ Sinta Iron Bridge, Seongdong-gu
Open all year round
Cheonggyecheon is an artificial canal that runs through the north and south of Seoul. In recent years, it has been built into a beautiful small river. It has formed a popular tourist area with Gwanghwamun, City Hall, Jongno, Dongdaemun and other scenic spots. It has become a place where Seoul citizens and tourists can rest . At the same time, it has also become a filming location for many Korean dramas.
The bridge on Qingxichuan is a major feature. It was the largest bridge in the city in 1410 , and it was restored at the same time as Cheonggyecheon. In addition, there are many cultural spaces around Cheonggyecheon. Sculptures, paintings, and plant landscapes are all good choices for taking pictures.
Cheonggyecheon at night
In addition, Cheonggyecheon at night is filled with a romantic atmosphere, it is a good place to enjoy the cool in the summer evening, and it is also the best choice for lovers to date. The charming scenery has also attracted many photographers. You can enjoy the coordination and mutual reflection of nature and light here. The night lights stay on until 12pm .
Cheonggyecheon, this river is a famous river in Seoul, South Korea. In some places, she is like a waterfall. In South Korea, some people also hold some festivals for this river, which shows that its history is very deep. In the history of South Korea, this river also has a pivotal position.
Open all day throughout the year; the specific business status is subject to the opening of the day.
Preferential treatment policy
Supplementary instructions: 1. Free of charge. 2. The above information is for reference only, and the specific information is subject to the disclosure of the scenic spot on the day.
- There are 7 paid public toilets and portable public toilets around Cheonggyecheon. If you want to go to the toilet while walking, please pay attention to the surrounding signs.
- Not all areas of Cheonggyecheon can enter the water, please pay attention to the surrounding notices.
- There are more shops and convenience stores around, and as you gradually go downstream, there will be fewer and fewer shops and convenience stores nearby.