Seoul Day 3
The day is about the same as the one before, with different sights, walking around, hiking up to the city wall trail, instead of a museum I visit the new City Hall. And plenty of sunshine!
The sights of day 3:
Bukchon Hanok Village: preservation zone for traditional style houses, over 900 mostly private residences can still be seen
Samcheong Park: a huge park with fitness areas and playgrounds leading up to the city wall trail
Mt.Bugaksan city wall trail: this part of the trail leading up to Mt.Bugaksan (342m) is a military zone, entry only allowed with passport
Deoksugung Palace: built as private residence in the mid 1400s, the only villy that was not destroyed 1592 and was converted to a temporary palace 1593, restored and opened for the pulblic in 1933
Seoul Plaza & City Hall: the former city hall, constructed 1926, is now the Seoul Metropolitan Library, the New City Hall is an ecofriendly building with the world’s largest indoor green wall and is open for the public with miniconcerts, exhibitions and markets