Mongchontoseong Fortress

138-050  424 Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul  

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Mongchontoseong Fortress is the remains of earthen fortifications from the Baekje Period and was built around the 3rd or 4th century. The fortress is located within Olympic Park and its circumference is approximately 2.7km in total. There is a 2.4km walking trail that is open to the public. The Mongchontoseong Museum of History is located with the circumference of the fortress and the museum features dugout hut sites dating back to the beginning of Baekje Dynasty, as well as artifacts discovered during excavations. Admission to Mongchontoseong Fortress is free.


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138-050  424 Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul  
- Mongchontoseong Station (subway line 8) exit 3
- Olympic Park Station (subway line 5, towards Macheon) exit 3, roughly 15 min. away on foot

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Traveler RatingRating:4.5 (Based on 17 Traveler)

Latest 5 reviews of Mongchontoseong Fortress

  • very good walking trail with history
    I have been here several times. This trail provides nice views and it also has history as well. It is in beautiful Olympic Park and was the wall of the Baekje Kingdom. There are signs along the path...
    Rating:4 Calvin C2018-10-14
  • Impressive earth fort
    This fortress is a large earthen bank built 1600-2000 years ago. It has a rampart 2.7km long which can be walked around allowing you to view the scenery. The site is still being excavated and this...
    Rating:4 RossOrpington2017-09-06
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