|Ganghwa Seoksumun Gate (강화 석수문)|
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|Seoksumun is a floodgate on the Dongnakcheon Stream, which flows through the town of Ganghwa-eup. The floodgate was built in 1711 (37th year of King Sukjong’s reign during the Joseon Period) and it is connected to the inner walls of the Ganghwasanseong Fortress. It is an arched structure with a design of three rainbows coming together. Made of granite, the floodgate measures 18.2 meters in length and 2.7 meters in height, while the arches are 1.7 meters tall, and 3 meters wide.|
|Incheon Tangible Cultural Property No.30|
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|(Separate) Restrooms, (reserved) parking spaces|
(Seoul Subway Line 1), Exit 2.
Take Bus M6117, and get off at the last stop (Bus Transfer Center, Hangaram-Solteo Village) (복합환승센터, 한가람, 솔터마을).
* Bus schedule: 05:00-23:30, 12min intervals
Transfer to Bus 700 bound for Seomun(서문).
* Bus scheduleL: 05:25-22:20, 40-50min intervals
Ganghwa Seoksumun Gate (강화 석수문) is 5min away from the bus stop.