table of contents 1. Introduction to Suwon
2. each gate of Suwon
3. Temporary place at
Suwon Hwaseong Fortress was built
when King Jeongjo, the 22nd king
of Joseon, moved the tomb of his
father, Crown Prince Sado, who
died unfortunately in Duju to
Suwon. It was designated as a
historical site on January 21, 1963,
and was also listed as a UNESCO
World Heritage Site in 1997. In
January 2016, about 1.83 of Suwon
Hwaseong Fortress was designated
as a special tourist zone.
Each Gate of Suwon Hwaseong Fortress
Janganmun Gate is the north
gate and main gate of Hwaseong
Fortress in Suwon.
Changryongmun Gate is the east gate
of Hwaseong Fortress, and the name
of the person who participated in the
construction is engraved.
Hwaseomun Gate is the west
gate and a unique style that
cannot be seen in other
fortresses in Korea.
Paldalmun is the south gate of
Suwon Hwaseong Fortress and
was designated as Treasure No.
402 in 1964.
Suwon Hwaseong Fortress
Temporary Palace At Hwaseong Fortress
It is a temporary place where the king of
Joseon stayed, and in addition to King Jeongjo,
successive kings such as Sunjo, Heonjong, and
Gojong visited Hwaseong Haenggung Palace
and stayed there.Hwaseong Haenggung Palace
is an important heritage that can examine
changes in politics, military, and social culture
in the late Joseon Dynasty, and is an important
cultural relic that can reproduce the
appearance of Haenggung Palace in the Joseon
Dynasty through excavation and restoration