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Hwajeong Cha | Korea Suwon Hwaseong Fortress with Tourmate - MYTM
Hwajeong Cha | Korea Suwon Hwaseong Fortress with Tourmate - MYTM
Hwajeong Cha | Korea Suwon Hwaseong Fortress with Tourmate - MYTM
Hwajeong Cha | Korea Suwon Hwaseong Fortress with Tourmate - MYTM

Name

Hwajeong Cha (22)

Language

English, Korean

Introduction

[Travel Type]
My travel schedule has been always hectic. I was busy to go attractions or eat the local food of that country. To me, it is important to feel or experience their culture/ history in travel.

<Merit you can get in travel with me>
I’ll prepare my travel program very sincerely. Because I know that time you decide to spend with me is very valuable.

Ideal type of tourmate

I hope to travel with energetic tour mate. 🙂
but it is just hope, doesn’t matter! cuz I will make you happy !!!!

I don’t mind your language, cuz when we are traveling, I will do anything to communicate with you 🙂

The thing that I want from you is a sharing culture between us 🙂

Organized by Hwajeong

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(Suwon) With YOU, Visit Hwaseong Fortress.

Suwon Hwaseong Fortress was constructed by king Jeonjo (reigning 1777~1800) after moving the tomb of his father Sadoseja, Crown Prince. The most important reason built this fortress was King Jeongjo’s filial piety to his father. But, there were other reasons: his political strategy to eradicate faction struggles and establish the king-led politics; use of it as a fortress of national defense to the south. This fortress was designated as World Heritage by UNESCO and it is precious Korean cultural property. You could find out traditional beauty different from Gyeongbokgung Palace of Seoul, which is representative Korean heritage.

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(Songpa) Feel the spirit of Olympic

The Olympic Park is a venue for civic sports, culture, and leisure where the spirit of the 1988 Seoul Olympics continues to live on. Scattered around the Olympic Park, you can see Olympic commemorative monuments and outdoor sculptures where the spirit of the 1988 Seoul Olympics continues breathing. Situated around the ancient Baekje relic, the Mongchon Fortress, are wide grass areas and the Mongchon Haeja (Artificial Moat), as well as small & large outdoor squares including the Peace Square which is well-arranged amidst a pleasant natural environment.