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Bosingak, Seoul

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  • The Bell Tower is a bronze casting by nakak in Ancient Joseon Dynasty. Open at any time free of charge can come by train Subway Line 1 at Jonggak Station Exit 4, walk.
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  • This historic two-storey Pavilion is located just opposite the Jongno Tower is a high-rise building with original design. This contrast: go way-and if you find yourself in another time! Bosingak Pavilion on the second floor of the Bell hangs in two human growth. TA reviews wrote that the bell tolls only once a year, at new year, but it's not. If you want to visit, try the National Korean Bosingak clothes and hit the Bell, then the guards that stand at the entrance, no vozmutjatsja. On the contrary, the bells round the man who will help tourists to properly shake a wooden mallet and-bummmm! And this is not blasphemy for the entertainment of tourists just attraction. The fact of the matter is that the ancient Bell that rang to warn about the closing of the city gates, has long been in the Museum. Tourists call in Bell-copy. And rightly so. No wonder that street Jongno-bells?
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  • Located on the corner of the main intersection, is stunning. Wall is not the only pillars are supported. Part of the Tower 2 layer, which had a unique scenery. It is Japan that is building. It was a Bell to ring the Bell.
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  • Participated in the bell ringing ceremony at noon as per traction where citizens get to ring the huge bell at noon each day. Free korean costumes for photo taking opportunity too! Missed the patrolling ceremony
  • I just walked into this while wandering around. It's not really worth going all the way over there, but if you're around it's a neat building. There's a bunch of stuff in the area, as well.
  • It's a nice historical building, but on normal days you can't get inside. You should have a look when you are around that area anyway.
  • the best place for sightseeing
  • I went there for count-down, but really too crowded. Couldn't even see a corner of the building lol