The visit to the Blue House is something that I have been looking forward to for a long time. After all, it is going deep into the government center of a country. Even if it is only geographically close, it is quite exciting. The actual experience of visiting is also good.
It is worth visiting. The white walls and blue tiles on the outside are full of traditional colors. There are various exhibits inside, which are very interesting. Then there are souvenir shops. Although most of these shops are not cheap, they are exquisite.
The opening to the outside world of the Blue House is well done. First of all, it is free (but you need to make an appointment one or two months in advance). Second, there are no strict restrictions, and you don’t feel like being followed by a bodyguard. Third, everyone sent an explanation device. Very sweet
The Blue House is composed of the main building, the guest house, the green garden, the endless flower garden, and the Seven Palaces in the center. All buildings are constructed in accordance with the traditional Korean architectural model. On the right side of the main building is the Spring and Autumn Hall, and the roof is made of traditional terracotta for holding press conferences; on the left side of the main building is the guesthouse, which is used to receive foreign guests.
After visiting the Blue House, leave the Blue House after disbanding freely. There is a sculptural fountain on the opposite side of the road from the Blue House. We thought it was a phoenix, but the guide next to it said it was a peacock. The first floor of Sarangfang is the Korea Tourism Exhibition Hall, where you can buy some tourism-related souvenirs; the second floor is the video information about the Korean government and the president.
Preston_Dominguez: 152 Hyoja-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-033, South Korea
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