Seoul Mongchontoseong Fortress is a representative historical site in Korea that can be seen in Songpa-gu, Seoul.
Because it is located within the Olympic Park, people who come to the Olympic Park via KETA also come to see this place.
Mongchontoseong is an earthen fortress in Baekje that is said to have been built by compacting mud using the natural terrain to build the walls.
Because it is a giant castle built in the 3rd to 4th centuries, you can see the architectural technology of Baekje, an ancient nation.
For those who are interested in ancient Korean history, this would be a very interesting travel destination.
According to KETA, Baekje relics are preserved and displayed here, and the remains of huts and storage pits are displayed as they were when excavated.
Address: 424 Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul
Photo source: Mongchontoseong Fortress, Seoul
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