Seoul City Wall
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Sissi Silk
Clamart, Frankrike90 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Venner
Go put on your sneakers and climb the City wall trail! the climb is quite steep the starting point is a magnificent historic gate, from the top you will have a magnificent view up to the DDP. Going down to the left you will visit Ihwa mural village with its murals, the whole thing makes for a very pleasant visit.
Skrevet 12. mai 2024
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Hoadjie
Gisborne, Australia290 bidrag
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mai 2024 • Alene
Nice walk along the wall. It's amazing just how well it is built since it was built so long ago. A nice footpath runs beside it. There are a couple spots where you can walk through the wall to get to the other side.

The climb is steep. (I should be used to that by now 😂)

There are plenty of seats along the way and also exercise equipment if you want to further your exercise
Skrevet 12. mai 2024
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all
San Jose, CA3 bidrag
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des. 2023 • Par
The Seoul City Wall dates to the 1300's and wraps around the center of Seoul on an 18+ KM romp over the mountains surrounding the city. The wall itself is amazing as are the views from the summits. You pass through several city gates and military reservations along the way, but be forewarned, there are 1000's of stairs (1000's and 1000's). It can be done in a day if you are fit or just do parts, like the bit on the mountain boasting the Seoul Tower (that part of the wall is not as magnificent as other parts are though). There are a few places where the wall is incomplete, but people in Seoul are incredibly helpful and even if you don't speak Korean, they will try to get you back on the right track!
Skrevet 3. januar 2024
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SQKrisflyer
Singapore251 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2022
The Seoul City Wall or Hanyangdoseong was built in 1396 during the 5th year reign of King Taejo of the Joseon Dynasty to protect and demarcate capital Hanyang (present day Seoul). It served as a city wall for 514 years (1396 to 1910) which is longer than any other city wall in the world. Hanyangdoseong is approximately 18.6 kilometres long; it follows the 4 mountain ridges of Baegaksan (Bugaksan), Naksan, Namsan (Mokmyeoksan) and Inwangsan that surround Seoul centre and has 4 main gates and 4 small gates in controlling the access to the city. There are six walking or hiking trails (Sunseong-gil) on a circurlar loop covering the sections of Baegak (between Changuimun Gate and Hyehwamun Gate), Naksan (between Hyehwamun Gate and Heunginjimun Gate), Heunginjimun (between Heunginjimun Gate and Jangchung Gymnasium), Namsan (between Jangchung Gymnasium and Baekbeom Square), Sungnyemun (between Baekbeom Square and Donuimun Gate) and Inwangsan (between Donuimun Gate and Changuimun Gate).

I did the Naksan (translated as “Mount Nak”) section walking trail in about 1.5 hour on a late Saturday afternoon during autumn, with lots of photography stops and rest. My walking time excluded a 45-minute detour to and fro the Ilwa Mural Village – look out for a signage “Ihwa-dong Mural Village” before or after Naksan Park (depending which direction you start the walk).

Getting there:
I started my Naksan section walking trail across the Heunginjimun Gate. So I took subway line 1 (I could also take subway line 4) to Dongdaemum Station (128, 421), and once I came out of Exit 1, I turned around and reached in about 2 minutes, on my right, the steps going up to the Seoul City Wall. Alternatively, for Hyehwamun Gate as starting point, you could take subway line 4 to Hansung University Station (419) and upon exiting at exit 4, walk straight and turn left onto the stairs up to the City Wall (about 3 minutes’ walk). There is no entrance fee for the Naksan walking trail and it is open 24 hours every day.

The Seoul City Wall attraction:
As this was my first or beginner’s walk at the Seoul City Wall, I chose the 2.1 km Naksan section walking trail because it has a gentle slope making walking relatively easier than the other walking trails. The Naksan section walking trail stretches from Heunginjimun (Main) Gate to Hyehwamun (Small) Gate through Naksan mountain.

There are two walking paths along the Seoul City Wall for the Naksan section walking trail – one at the top of the City Wall and the other at the base or bottom of the City Wall. I saw that the bottom walking path is well maintained cement pavement and usually step-less. The “top” walking path comprised a mix of steps and predominantly non-steps that are either paved or non-paved (e.g. hard soil and fibre mat). While I could appreciate the different types of construction stones and materials and the history boards as I walk along the walking path at the base, I walked along the City Wall at the top because I wanted to enjoy the gorgeous panoramic view of east Seoul and the autumn foliage of the trees lined next to the road. You could do an exchange of the two walking paths at Naksan Park. For the Naksan section walking trail, there is a one-direction road until Naksan Park; this road is next to the walking path along the top of the City Wall.

I started my “northward” Naksan section walking trail at (opposite) the Heunginjimun Gate. At the beginning of the walking trail, the “top” walking path was much lower than the top of the City Wall so I was not able to see the cityscape; but I was rewarded with photography shots of a big field (on my left) of the autumn blooming Silvergrass (also known as eulalia grass, pampas grass or Miscanthus (scientific name)). Soon after, the road connected side by side with the “top” walking path but the walking path is always at least 3 metres from the road. It was an upward hike on non-paved walking path with the slope gentle between 5 and 30 degrees but with a certain short stretch having a 40 degrees slope. I took a slow walk with plenty of photography stops for the beautiful red and orange autumn foliage of the maple trees (which looked ever more brilliant during the sunset). The panoramic air-pollution free view of eastern Seoul got better along with the ascent until the best views were at Naksan Park which is at the summit of Naksan.

At 124 metres, Naksan is the lowest among the 4 inner mountains surrounding Seoul. It is said that Naksan or Naksan Park looks like the back (hump) of a camel. At the observatory deck of Naksan Park, I enjoyed the panoramic view of southern, eastern and northern Seoul, Baegaksan and Inwangsan mountains in the north, Namsun mountain and N Seoul Tower in the south. I could also see a section of the City Wall which has beautiful yellow, red and orange autumn foliage. The walking path from Naksan Park to Hyehwamun Gate is basically a descent.

While I enjoyed the gorgeous views and the autumn foliage, I could not help but marvel at the amazing fact that here I was in 2022 walking the Seoul City Wall that was built some 600 years ago – it was like transforming myself back in past history! On my next visit, I would love to do the Naksan section trail at night when the wall is lighted up and when Seoul transforms itself into a city of lights.

If you are looking for hiking that is within an urban setting or city and is historical, then look no further - the Seoul City Wall or Hanyangdoseong is it! Be sure to choose a walking trail that caters to your fitness level, wear comfortable walking or hiking shoes, bring lots of drinking water…and enjoy the walk!
Skrevet 30. juli 2023
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lmeuskadi
Liège, Belgia3 862 bidrag
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jun. 2023
C'est un monument historique emblématique qui entoure une partie de la ville de Séoul. Il a été construit pendant la dynastie Joseon pour servir de système défensif et protéger la capitale.

L'une des caractéristiques les plus remarquables du Wall est sa beauté naturelle et sa vue panoramique sur la ville. Il offre des perspectives magnifiques sur les paysages urbains de Séoul ainsi que sur les montagnes environnantes, notamment Bukhansan et Namsan.

Certaines parties du mur ont été restaurées et sont ouvertes au public pour la promenade
Skrevet 24. juni 2023
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ElisabethCalif
Castro Valley, CA15 bidrag
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jun. 2023
My son and I walked along different areas of the wall and loved every moment. I highly recommend visiting the Hanyang doseong Seoul City Wall Museum where you'll get a lot of useful and fascinating history behind the building of the wall and what a tremendous engineering feat it was. The staff at the museum are super-helpful and are happy to answer any questions you may have about the wall construction and about hiking the entire length. The museum is located just above Heunginjimun Gate.
Skrevet 18. juni 2023
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Jon B
Manila, Filippinene340 bidrag
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mai 2023 • Par
Started the trail in Hyehwamun Gate and headed south all the way to Ihwa Mural Village. Capped the afternoon with one of the cafe’s lined up just before heading down to Dongdaemun Design Plaza.
Skrevet 26. mai 2023
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Gombung
Seoul, Sør-Korea41 bidrag
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jun. 2022 • Alene
Nice fortress in the middle of a city!
The fortress itself is just okay.
But the specail thing is that it is inside the city circumsized with bulding forests.
Don't forget to visit and have a walk here.
Skrevet 26. juni 2022
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Abovetheclouds
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mai 2022 • Alene
To be honest, pick and choose depending on your fitness levels and what you want to see.  My plan was to follow one of the trails.  Instead, I walked part at one end and another section of the wall in a different area which was a good combination of 'old' and 'new' plus quiet and busy.  It was lovely.  The views were nice.  The trail is easy and you don't need good shoes unless you plan to do a major hike.  I took a guide with on part of the walk.  This is a good idea as there is so much history and I would not have noticed half of the things if she was not with me.  Clean.  Not too busy on the trail.  Carry a bottle of water with you.  Safe.  Also good to get an overview of the city. As I said it depends on you. You could spend half an hour here or half a day.
Skrevet 30. mai 2022
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ejkb
Grand Rapids, MI459 bidrag
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nov. 2021
We have hiked the wall in previous visits and hiked the Bugaksan Mountain portion this year. They have loosened entrance restrictions but still need to wear a badge, handing it in at the end of this section. Lots of steps of course, but great views and just a nice workout!
Skrevet 5. desember 2021
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