Pavilions

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Pavilions 2019-04-17T16:18:38+00:00

Bosingak Belfry

Bosingak Belfry, or bell tower, was used to keep time and as a fire alarm to protect and alert the city in times of emergency during the Joseon Dynasty. First constructed in 1396, it has been destroyed and rebuilt many times over the years.

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Segeomjeong Pavilion

Segeomjeong Pavilion is a pavilion located on Hongjecheon Stream at the base of Mount Bugaksan in northwest Seoul. Due to its location, surrounded by nature and built on a stream, the pavilion has been mentioned in many literary works, poems, and essays over the years.

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