In the vicinity of Gwanghwamun Square in Seoul, various public sculptures can be found throughout the area. These include statues of Admiral Yi Sun-sin guarding Gwanghwamun Square, as well as statues depicting figures like a man and a woman engrossed in reading.
Furthermore, across from the Seoul Museum of History, you can also find the iconic public sculpture of “Hammering Man” rhythmically striking a hammer, representing another prominent installation in the Gwanghwamun area.
“In Front of Seoul Gwanghwamun Lawyer’s Association Building: Statue of Lady Justice”
In the Gwanghwamun area of Seoul, you can also come across the Lawyer’s Association Building, where in front of the building stands a sculpture known as the “Statue of Lady Justice.”
Exiting from Exit 1 of Gwanghwamun Station on Subway Line 5 and crossing diagonally, you will encounter this public sculpture. It depicts a statue holding a balanced scale and a sword of justice. The sword held by Lady Justice symbolizes the strict execution of justice emanating from the state, while the scale represents equity, and the blindfold signifies impartiality without favoring any side.