낙산공원 / Naksan Park / 駱山公園

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Walk Along Seoul's Old Fortress Walls
Seoul’s great fortress walls were constructed in 1396 to protect the city from invasion. They snake around the 18.6 km perimeter of the old city and have been converted into sections of hiking courses punctuated by ancient gates. The walls straddle the ridges between the four main mountains of Seoul: Bugaksan, Naksan, Namsan, and Inwangsan. The urban footpath by Dongdaemun Gate connects to scenic observation points in Naksan Park and to hillside Iwha Mural Village. Bukaksan, the tallest of the peaks creeps behind the quiet, wooded (and heavily protected) presidential compound. The rampart in Namsan is another popular portion that leads from the base of the mountain to crowning N Seoul Tower.
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54 Naksan-gil, Ihwa-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
+82 2-743-7985