Korea Travel: Evening stroll at Cheonggyecheon Stream, Seoul

Looking at how grand it is now, it is kinda hard to believe that Cheonggyecheon Stream is used to be a neglected watercourse in Seoul. Cheonggyecheon has become one of the iconic landmark of Seoul city.

Cheonggyecheon Stream Waterfall Seoul South Korea
The easiest way to start your stroll at Cheonggyecheon Stream is by finding the iconic purple cone nearby Cheonggye Plaza. 

Cheonggye Plaza Seoul South Korea
You can access Cheonggyecheon Stream from so many points such as Deoksugung Palace, Seoul Plaza, Insa-dong street, Changdeokgung Palace and Changgyeonggung Palace. 

Cheonggyecheon Stream in the middle of Seoul
The design along the stream is different one from another. This makes my evening stroll here more fun. 

Cheonggyeocheon Stream at Seoul South Korea
If you notice the above picture and this one, you can really tell the difference. These two pictures are taken at the same stream. The display of the water will not bore you at all. 

Water current design at Cheonggyeocheon Stream Seoul

You can cross the stream too at some points because there are bridges. I really love this kind of hidden stream in the bustling city. Kinda give you a place to escape from busy lifestyle to ponder about life, right?

Bridge at Cheonggyeocheon Stream Seoul
Cheonggyeocheon Stream is open for visitors at all time. At night, you can even see the combination of water stream and lights. A perfect dating spot, anyone? 

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