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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Seoul City Wall (also called Hanyangdoseong) is an 18 km structure surrounding the city. Much of the wall has been preserved or rebuilt but there are sections that are absent. My wife and I hiked along the wall from the Heunginjimun (East) Gate in Dondaemun...More

Thank traveler54601
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Construction of the stone city wall (Hanyangdoseong) began in 1394, designed to protect the city, much of the wall was built on the ridges of the surrounding mountains, when complete the wall measured 18627 metres long, varying in height from five to eight metres. Today...More

Thank kpiddy
Reviewed 10 July 2018

The City Wall of Seoul has a fascinating story. If you are hiker, you can hike along this wall for most of the way, yet some parts are off limit. A museum was dedicated to this wall and it walks you through the centuries. Dongdeamun...More

Thank PedroJapan
Reviewed 5 July 2018 via mobile

It's great to view of the city and nature. The locations so near from JW Mariot Hotels. You must visit this place.

Thank isnainifa
Reviewed 2 July 2018

Walking the City Wall is a great way to see how modern Seoul is becoming and experience flashes of the past at the same time! Depending on how much time you have, you can choose a short and easy 1 hour route, or a harder...More

1  Thank Amy M
Reviewed 24 May 2018 via mobile

We spent 2 days covering the wall. It was cold in March when we visited , especially if your are from the tropics, but the walk warmed us up so much we lost the jackets and was down to a base layer plus a hiking...More

Thank Fatboy F
Reviewed 28 April 2018

Follow the Seoul city wall trail (aka Hanyangdoseong trail) to get a unique perspective on the city. Seeing the ancient remnants of the wall is interesting in itself.

Thank SMLove226
Reviewed 27 April 2018

It was tiring but the classy view of Seoul city throughout the trek worth every single step. A must visit trek for Nature Lover. #theseoulcitywall #hanyangdoseong #hanyangdoseong2018 #theseoulcitywalltour2018 #한양도성 #한양도성투어 #한양도성투어2018 #펀데이코리아네트웍스 #펀데이코리아 #FKN #fundaykoreanetworks #fundaykorea #eventsinkorea #freeeventsinkorea #ilovekorea #iloveseoul

Thank AdeelMalikgm
Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile

The Seoul City wall walk covers the entire 19km stretch around Seoul. At all four main gates you can collect a chop at the little stamphouse. The walk you can do at your own pace, not necessarily all in one day. After collecting all four...More

2  Thank Lou M
Reviewed 4 January 2018 via mobile

This place is amazing. Would recommend it to anyone going to Seoul to stop by and take a hike around the fortress. To get to the wall, we decide to walk through the old village instead of taking the bus.

2  Thank Melissa C
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1 December 2016|
Response from gaheunj |
There are total 4 trails of Seoul city wall. The easiest trail I think, is Naksan course, which starts from Gwangheuimun.