Cheongwadae Hall introduces incumbent President Moon Jae-in and Cheongwadae. The hall commemorates Korean history and promotes Korean culture, sharing the past, present, and future of the current government. The hall houses the replica of the presidential office and a photo zone featuring presidential bodyguards and where visitors can take commemorative photos.
[Introduction to Cheongwadae]
The hall introduces the history and facilities of Cheongwadae. Through VR, visitors can experience the Korean president's daily life taking place all over Cheongwadae.
[History of South Korea]
From the Korean Provisional Government in Shanghai, China and birth of Korean democracy to the Korean liberation, the history of South Korea has been shaped by remarkable efforts to bring democracy and economic growth.
[Government led by President Moon Jae-in]
The hall details the story of President Moon Jae-in who rose to fame during the 2016 Candlelight Revolution and his government, in addition to the area displaying the gifts he received via diplomatic relations. The photo zone featuring the realistic-looking presidential office is very popular. There is a corner where visitors can send a memo to the president.
[Former presidents of South Korea]
The area features the timeline and photographs of former presidents, from first president Rhee Syngman to Park Geun-hye. From a mock podium, visitors can experience a president's inaugural ceremony. Next to the podium is the Oath of Office, or Article 69 of the Korean Constitution.
This is a space where visitors can experience what it’s like to guard a president by taking photographs at the scene of a presidential car parade and play a virtual game (blocking a flying object).