Seoul City Walking Tours

(Seoullo 7017) Night Tour of Seoullo (Night Course)

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Walking Tour Introduction
Walk along Seoullo 7017 and enjoy fantastic night views of the city
Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City WallWalk along Seoullo while enjoying the fantastic night views of the city and learn about the history of Seoul Station. Seoul Station has been a fixture of the city for nearly a century, and it has had several names throughout the years. First it was known as Gyeongseong Station, then Seoul Station, and finally Culture Station Seoul 284. The tour will also proceed to Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall.
Walking Tour Details
Route
Seoullo 7017 – Namdaemun Presbyterian Church – Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall – Baekbeom Square – Namsan Pedestrian Overpass - Sungnyemun Gate

Length of tour : 2 hours

Meeting Place : Exit 15 of Seoul Station
※ Experience programs are not included in the walking tour. Participation in experience programs must be done individually once the tour is over.
Major Tourist Attractions
Seoullo 7017
Seoullo 7017Seoullo 7017 is an elevated public park that is comprised of several pedestrian walkways. The Seoullo 7017 project brought about the transformation of a disused highway into a green space for pedestrians. 7017 is a nod to the highway’s foundation in 1970, and the highway’s rebirth in 2017. The 17 also refers to the number of pedestrian walkways that make up Seoullo.
Namdaemun Presbyterian Church
Namdaemun Presbyterian ChurchA faith community used to worship and attend services on weekends, led by Allen who was a physician and a missionary. Later, the faith community became Jejungwon Church and was relocated to Boksungagol with the hospital. After that, the church was renamed Nammunbak Church or Namdaemun Church since it was located outside Namdaemun Gate.
Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall
Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City WallHanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall, was built along the city limits during the Joseon era. Construction starting during the reign of King Taejo and initially, the construction process was simple and did not involve the use of special techniques or tools. Later, with the advancement of technology during the reigns of King Sejong, King Sukjong and King Sunjo, stones were cut and stacked.