Crossing the "Yellow Crane Bridge" of the Cheonggyecheon River, and on the way to the "Piyutang Bridge", you can see the "Sixth Scenery of Cheonggyecheon-Wishing Wall". The wishing wall is made up of 10 cm long and wide tiles that record the wishes of more than 20,000 people. The wishes of all sizes decorate the Cheonggyecheon River.
A very large wall is covered with all kinds of small papers. The papers are written with various wishes written by tourists. The wishing wall is decorated very uniquely, like a huge picture frame. Visitors can use pens here. Write down your wishes and post them. There are stickers and pens in the shop next to them. Usually the people who come here are lovers, very romantic.
A long wall is densely packed with pictures and words and voices. This is the middle reaches of Cheonggyecheon, about 5 kilometers from Cheonggyecheon Square and about 2 kilometers from Dongdaemun. Visitors are getting thinner and more humane. Nearby, there are more concentric locks that are in harmony with each other.
I like to walk along the city wall, where there are beautiful views of nature and the city. At night, the city wall will light up many lights to illuminate the road, and there will be different perspectives in the dark. There are also several parks nearby. Many people hang up wishing cards here, and you can also see Nanshan Tower here. Try to get here as early as possible to avoid the crowds.
wishing wall is so different
A lot of Korean wishing cards, I don't understand, haha. Join the party.
Korean Wishing Wall, a very unique place.
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