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Dolmujim Tomb and Lotte World Tower (Photo)

Dolmujim Tomb, also known as Jeokseokchong, is a type of tomb. The area around Seoul’s Jamsil and Songpa was a significant site during the Baekje period when the Baekje kingdom, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, established its capital in Hanseong (present-day Seoul).

Seokchon-dong Tomb Complex, once forgotten, was rediscovered as a relic from the Hanseong Baekje period and later transformed into a park.

“Dolmujim Tomb and Lotte World Tower”

At Seokchon-dong Tomb Complex, you can have a panoramic view of both the historical relic, Dolmujim Tomb, and the most modern architectural wonder in Seoul, Lotte World Tower.

It’s a space where you can see a representative architectural structure from the past alongside one of the most contemporary architectural landmarks, offering a juxtaposition of history and modernity.

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