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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 85%Local Culture
- 83%Green Travelers
- 68%Art & Design Lovers
- 66%Budget Travelers
- 59%Adventure Travelers
- 59%Family Travelers
Member Reviews (26)
- CheonggyecheonMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 3Nov 15, 2013
I really liked this place. A walk along the stream during evenings is awesome! I strongly recommend this place to visit if you are in Seoul.
- CheonggyecheonMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Oct 27, 2013
This once-covered stream flowing through the center of Seoul has been made into a long park/walking path. Nice place to stroll among the urbanity of downtown Seoul.
- CheonggyecheonMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFirst to ReviewOct 18, 2013
A revitalized watercourse sunk below the level of the city streets, the Cheonggyecheon stream in the middle of central Seoul is a taste of nature, however small, in the middle of the 'concrete jungle'. It's a very pleasant place for a stroll in the evening, when the surrounding lights are on.Recommended for:Outdoor Enthusiasts
- CheonggyecheonMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4Oct 16, 2013
This was used to be natural stream, then turned into markets. Then decades later, the city decided to bring the nature back. After years of construction (and complex political arguments) Cheonggyecheon got their old nature back. Now it is one of the best places to visit in the city. It is man made, but not too bad to have this nature park in the middle of the city.
- CheonggyecheonMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesLuxury Travelers+ 1Nov 18, 2012
An example of how a little bit of architectural imagination and a $900m of state funding can result in some spectacular urban renewal. This is now the city’s ‘green lung’, with a flowing stream and greenery running its full five-mile length through the heart of downtown. From the late 1960s this was a concrete wasteland, topped in the next decade by an elevated highway. In the early 2000s the road was torn down and the transformation began, resulting in what you see today, which opened in 2005.
- CheonggyecheonMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Nov 12, 2012
In one of the busiest areas of Seoul lies a below-street level stream. It's a very welcomed peaceful walk to busy Koreans and folks who visit. During the winter, they have a beautiful lantern festival. They also have arts and crafts area where you can design your own lantern and add it to their many public collages.
- CheonggyecheonAug 29, 2012
Ручей особенно хорош в ночное воемя, когда включается освещение, и потоки воды, фонтаны и водопадики начинают играть всеми цветами радуги. Начните осмотр ручья с главной площади, по пути переходя с одной стороны на другую. Если не пожалеете ног и времени, то через часа полтора можно дойти до площади влюблённых, где можно посидеть в сказочной карете под романтичную музыку и полюбоваться разноцветными мерцающими сердцами на другой стороне. А если вам повезёт оказаться тут в ноябре, то вы застанете фестиваль бумажных фонариков - поистине захватывающее дух зрелище!