The Sejong Cultural Story House is located in Gwanghwamun Square in Seoul, South Korea, under the Sejong Statue. The museum shows in detail the gains and losses of Sejong's governance of the country, especially the history of his creation of Korean characters. The display is lively and interesting and is worth visiting.
The Sejong Cultural Center in Seoul. The exhibition hall is named after King Sejong of the Joseon Dynasty. There are some events and exhibitions inside. I didn't go in to see it, but there were a lot of posters posted outside, which looked good.
The Sejong Cultural Center is located beside the bronze statue of King Sejong in Gwanghwamun Square. There are Sejong Art Museum, Sejong Concert Hall, Sejong Art Building, etc., along with cafes, musical instrument shops, flower shops, and convenience stores.
The shape is magnificent and grand, the momentum is like the Great Hall of the People, and the function is like the National Grand Theater. On the west side of Sejong Square. Go in under the seated statue of Sejong, and you can walk directly into the Sejong Cultural Center by going underground. There are many large-scale cultural events and performances on display. It looks very solemn, heavy, and imposing, which makes people feel awe-inspiring and shocking.
Matahari performed the first preview again. It was really changed a lot and it can be said to be a new drama. The songs have been deleted and added, and the content and even the character design have been changed a lot. The re-enactment adds a lot of backgrounds and descriptions of the characters' emotional lines. The overall is obviously much smoother, but the heroine matahari's person setting is obviously not the first sexy and a little bit of charm, and many of the line dances I like are gone. But in terms of public acceptance, I think the revised version will obviously be higher.
Preston_Dominguez: 175 Sejong-daero, Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul,
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Coffee Bangatgan,Myeong Dong,Gyeongbokgung Palace,N Seoul Tower,Insadong