Gwanghwamun Square has undergone a transformation to embrace spring after a long, exceptionally cold winter.
The protective cover placed over the Grassy Field to protect the grass from freezing weather during the winter has now been removed, and will make debut with a new look after the planting of wild flowers and plants in late March.
Events and programs held at the square, including “I’m the King” (a year-round event), “Family Precepts Writing in Korean” (14:00 to 18:00, Saturdays), and “Caricature Portrait Drawing” (13:00 – 18:00 Saturdays and Sundays) are expected to meet the expectations of spring visitors yearning for a cultural experience.
The Sejong Belt Integrated Ticketing Info Center located within Haechi Field allows visitors to check information on performances and exhibitions held at over 40 cultural facilities including the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, and purchase discounted tickets at a single location.
The 12.23 Fountains, another hotspot within Gwanghwamun Square, will welcome citizens, who are outing to enjoy the spring.