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The older and original City Hall was built during the Japanese Occupation in 1925 and served until liberation in 1945.The more modern building to one side was built in 2008. Both are interesting buildings in the heart of Seoul.
Seoul City Hall is not an attraction in its own right, although the architecture is very interesting. It resembles a large glass tsunami. It makes an interesting side visit along with Seoul Plaza and Seoul Metropolitan Library (the old city Hall), whilst visiting the nearby...More
Apparently, there are 2 City halls, the new and old. The old city hall is now a Seoul Metropolitan Library while the new city hall, which is next to it, is a modern impressive architecture. They are located in front of the Seoul Plaza, a...More
We did not get a chance to go there for long but our hotel was right next to the City Hall square so we passed by quiet often. The buildings are impressive and we liked the vibe overall. Definitely worth a stop - esp when...More
The original Seoul City hall became the Seoul Metropolitan Library and behind it stands the new city hall which is a very exciting and impressive modern building made of glass and steel and where the Seoul Metropolitan Government is based.
The new building was completed...More
Seoul has two City Halls, one old and the other new. The Old City hall which was supposed to be built in 1900s has been now converted into a Library. The new one was open in in 2012 and houses most of the government offices...More