|Hwahongmun Gate (화홍문)|
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|The Suwon River cuts across Hwaseong Fortress from the North to the South. Water gates were installed on the north and south walls to allow the river to flow through. Hwahongmun Gate is the north water gate of the fortress, containing seven arches, constructed in varying sizes, to let the water through. The central opening is larger than the ones towards the outside, making it easier to control the rainfall. On the hill east of the Hwahongmun Gate lies a fabulously built banghwasuryujeong .|
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|Summer Season 09:00 - 18:00 / Winter Season 09:00 - 17:00|
* Parking fees - 2,000 won for 3 hours
|[Suwon Hawseong Fortress]
Children: Individuals 500 won / Groups 300 won
Youths & Military: Individuals 700 won / Groups 500 won
Adults: Individuals 1,000 won / Groups 700 won
[Hwaseong Haenggung Palace]
Children: Individuals 700 won / Groups 500 won
Youths & Military: Individuals 1,000 won / Groups 800 won
Adults: Individuals 1,500 won / Groups 1,200 won
※ Groups: 20 persons and more
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|Disabled toilet and parking lots|
|Small-sized car / Middle-sized car 2,000 won per time / 10,000 won for one-day
Large-sized car 4,000 won per time / 15,000 won for one-day
※ 200 won for additional every 10 min after 3 hr
|Interpretation Services Offered|
|1. Across from Suwon station (Seoul Subway Line 1), take Suji bound bus No. 60, 77-1, or 720 and get off at the North Gate (Janganmun Gate / 10-15 min ride).
2. Passing by the information center is Jangan Park.
3. Climb the east flight of stone steps there and walk to the right for 10-15 min.