Seodaemun Prison is said to be a prison built under Japanese coercion at the end of the Korean Empire.
It is a historical site where the sufferings of the Republic of Korea and the resentment of the people have been felt for over 80 years.
According to KETA information, it was a representative oppressive agency of Japanese imperialism against the Korean people's anti-Japanese independence movement.
It is a place of educational value because it is a place of pain for Koreans and at the same time a historical place that should not be forgotten.
It is said that the seven eastern bays are being preserved in their original form considering their historicity and preservation value.
It is said that many foreigners who visited Korea through KETA are also visiting to experience these historical sites.
Address: 251 Tongil-ro, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul
Photo source: Seodaemun Prison History Museum
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