2011/09/10 | 406 views | | Permalink
This week I reviewed "Cheonggyecheon Medley: A Dream of Iron" and decided to explore to the Cheonggyecheon area and see it with my own eyes. The Cheonggyecheon stream flows long into downtown Seoul and makes for a fasinating walk, but the trip becomes especially interesting when you venture down one of many back alleys and unearth fragments of this areas past role in Seoul's industrial development.
C.J Wheeler (Chriscjw@gmail.com)
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