|Mongchontoseong Fortress (서울 몽촌토성)|
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|Mongchontoseong Fortress is an earthen fortification from the Baekje Dynasty (18 BC-660 AD). It was built sometime between the 3rd and 4th centuries, using the natural protection offered by a tributary to the Hangang River on one side and wooden barricades for added defense on the other side. The fortress has been designated as Historic Site No. 297, and is currently located inside the Seoul Olympic Park.
Mongcheontoseong Fortress features an overlapping structure of the outer and inner fortifications that were built along the hilly areas descending down from the Namhansanseong Fortress. On display inside the fortress are artifacts excavated from the site that date back to the Baekje Dynasty. The exhibited items include various earthenware and living tools. The site also displays dugout hut and storage pit sites in the state they were at the time of excavation.
|Historic Site No. 297|
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|Wwheelchair rentals, parking spaces, restrooms|
|[Prepaid parking (East Gate 2, South Gate 2, North Gate 2)]
Small vehicles 4,000 won / Discount 2,000 won / Large vehicles (24-person capacity or 2.5 t and over) 10,000 won
※ One-time parking pass fee due to area of high traffic of all-day visitors and spectators
[For paying upon leaving (South Gate 3 & 4, Olympic Committee Hall, Seoul Olympic Parktel)]
Small vehicles: 1,000 won for the first 1 hr, 500 won for each additional 20 min
Large vehicles (over 2.5 t) 10,000 won
※ Fare differs in actual hours of use for visitors who use various amenities.
|Interpretation Services Offered|
|Mongchontoseong Station (Seoul Subway Line 8), Exit 1.
Jamsil Station (Seoul Subway Line 2), Exit 7.
Transfer to Bus 16 or 30-3, and get off at Olympic Committee Hall (올림픽회관).