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  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801499

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801508

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801511

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710638

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710658

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710776

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710661

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021708639

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea, March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Ou...

    商品コード: 2021021708563

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021708611

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801507

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801510

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801500

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801509

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801497

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801505

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801502

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801504

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801498

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801501

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801506

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, FEB 27: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who made “Meju (fermented soybeans)“ to offer to the court. Thus, the village was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ meaning “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. (Hand Out Photo of Seoul Metropolitan Government/Penta Press)、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020121801503

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801518

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801516

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801514

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801512

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801521

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801513

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801515

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801520

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801522

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801523

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801517

  • 2020年03月30日
    Yanghwadaegyo Bridge in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 30: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Hangang River in Seoul, connecting Hapjeong-dong of Mapo-gu and Yangpyeong-dong of Yeongdeungpo-gu, and was once called the “Second Hanganggyo Bridge.“ The Yanghwadaegyo Bridge is a unique bridge that manifests Seoul‘s transportation history. It is a combination of two new bridges that joined one on the first bridge across the Hangang River constructed with Korean technology following Korea‘s independence from Japan. Seonyudo Island and the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge are considered inseparable since Seonyudo Island, which sits at the center of the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, only became an island with the opening of the bridge. The island is treasured as a site for outings all year round, and cafes on the Yanghwadaegyo Bridge give a view of Hangang Park. At the...

    商品コード: 2020121801519

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710671

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021708641

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021708673

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021708604

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710654

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710648

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100268

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100250

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100178

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100155

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100251

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100215

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100152

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100225

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100181

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100162

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100161

  • 2020年08月19日
    Seonyudo Park in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AUG 19: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed for editorial and commercial use, and the image is retouched with color modifications.)Seonyudo Park, which opened in 2002 on Seonyudo situated on the Hangang River, is the first repurposed ecological park in Korea. It was created by repurposing the water treatment facility structures in Yanghwa-dong to create a park where visitors can enjoy a natural environmental experience in the urban ecological forest filled with various aquatic plants. Seonyudo Park is easily accessible to Yanghwa Hangang Park via Seonyugyo Bridge. Albeit small, Seonyudo Park offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for quiet picnics with family and friends and photogenic spots frequented by citizens to visit and take photos and videos. Seonyudo Park is a must-visit nighttime scenic spot with trees that transform the park into a mysterious nocturnal grove. It offers a spectacular view of the National Assembly and Yeoui...

    商品コード: 2020122100151

  • 2021年06月26日
    (8)瀋陽市民の憩いの場、緑豊かな夏の生態公園遼寧省

    24日、瀋陽和平体育公園で踊りの練習をする市民。夏を迎えた中国遼寧省瀋陽市の渾河(こんが)沿いにある生態公園は、青々とした緑で覆われ、花々が咲き誇り、市民の憩いの場となっている。現代と伝統が共存し、都市と田園が融合し合うこの街には、豊かな自然が織りなす爽やかな風景が広がっている。(瀋陽=新華社記者/蔡湘鑫)= 配信日: 2021(令和3)年6月26日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062700204

  • 2021年06月26日
    (1)瀋陽市民の憩いの場、緑豊かな夏の生態公園遼寧省

    24日、瀋陽和平体育公園で踊りの練習をする市民。夏を迎えた中国遼寧省瀋陽市の渾河(こんが)沿いにある生態公園は、青々とした緑で覆われ、花々が咲き誇り、市民の憩いの場となっている。現代と伝統が共存し、都市と田園が融合し合うこの街には、豊かな自然が織りなす爽やかな風景が広がっている。(瀋陽=新華社記者/蔡湘鑫)= 配信日: 2021(令和3)年6月26日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062700224

  • 2021年06月26日
    (3)瀋陽市民の憩いの場、緑豊かな夏の生態公園遼寧省

    24日、瀋陽和平体育公園で、サイクリングをする市民。夏を迎えた中国遼寧省瀋陽市の渾河(こんが)沿いにある生態公園は、青々とした緑で覆われ、花々が咲き誇り、市民の憩いの場となっている。現代と伝統が共存し、都市と田園が融合し合うこの街には、豊かな自然が織りなす爽やかな風景が広がっている。(瀋陽=新華社記者/蔡湘鑫)= 配信日: 2021(令和3)年6月26日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062700226

  • 2021年06月26日
    (4)瀋陽市民の憩いの場、緑豊かな夏の生態公園遼寧省

    20日、瀋陽和平体育公園。(小型無人機から)夏を迎えた中国遼寧省瀋陽市の渾河(こんが)沿いにある生態公園は、青々とした緑で覆われ、花々が咲き誇り、市民の憩いの場となっている。現代と伝統が共存し、都市と田園が融合し合うこの街には、豊かな自然が織りなす爽やかな風景が広がっている。(瀋陽=新華社記者/蔡湘鑫)= 配信日: 2021(令和3)年6月26日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062700196

  • 2021年06月26日
    (5)瀋陽市民の憩いの場、緑豊かな夏の生態公園遼寧省

    24日、瀋陽和平体育公園で、タンポポに止まるトンボ。夏を迎えた中国遼寧省瀋陽市の渾河(こんが)沿いにある生態公園は、青々とした緑で覆われ、花々が咲き誇り、市民の憩いの場となっている。現代と伝統が共存し、都市と田園が融合し合うこの街には、豊かな自然が織りなす爽やかな風景が広がっている。(瀋陽=新華社記者/蔡湘鑫)= 配信日: 2021(令和3)年6月26日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062700195

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