If you are currently visiting or planning to visit Seoul, why don't you participate in the festival held every Sunday at Jamsugyo in Seoul?
It's a rare opportunity to relax on the Jamsugyo road across the Han River in Seoul.
The 2023 Car-Free Jamsugyo Ttuk Ttuk Ttuk Festival is held every Sunday in Jamsugyo, Seoul, South Korea, featuring various programs such as "Reading Jamsugyo" and "Flea market."
The festival will be decorated differently each week, with themes appropriate for the season and weather.
The festival will include programs such as △ Jamsugyo book readings △ Flea market △ street performances △ food trucks. For the book-reading program, Jamsugyo will be equipped with approximately 1,000 books and 100 bean bags.
A flea market will be held near the southern end of Jamsugyo, selling recycled, eco-friendly, and handmade products. In Moonlight Square, Banpo Hangang Park, there will be a food truck area where you can enjoy delicious food while overlooking the Han River.
Furthermore, various street performances will take place throughout Jamsugyo, including "Live in every corner," held at sunset. Additionally, there will be programs such as the Sunset Photo Zone, Chilling Healing Zone (Jamsugyo Walkway), and Jamsugyo Playground.
During the Jamsugyo Festival, a 1.1km stretch from the northern end of Jamsugyo to the southern end of Moonlight Square will be closed to traffic every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
According to the Seoul Metropolitan Government, 650,000 people visited the "Car-Free Jamsugyo Ttuk Ttuk Festival" in its first month.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government analyzed, "The appeal of freely strolling on Jamsugyo, the closest point to the Han River, and the unique experiences it offers seem to have attracted both citizens and tourists."
The Seoul Metropolitan Government encourages people to use public transportation when attending the festival. You can reach the southern end of Jamsugyo via Sinbanpo Station on Line 9 and Express Terminal Station on Lines 3, 7, and 9. The northern end of Jamsugyo can be accessed through Servinggo Station on the Gyeongui Jungang Line.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government plans to hold the 2023 Car-Free Jamsugyo Ttuk Ttuk Ttuk Festival from July 9 in the first half of the year, and from September 3 to November 12 in the second half.
Discover the Exciting Sunday Festival at Jamsugyo Road by the Han River
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