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.
The hall introduces the facilities inside Cheongwadae as well as how Cheongwadae has changed over the years.
Visitors can watch government policies and related statements transform into an image of the Korean President.
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.
The hall details the story of President Moon Jae-in who rose to fame during the 2016 Candlelight Revolution and his government.
The photo zone featuring the realistic-looking presidential office is very popular.
With the smartphone, visitors can also experience through VR (virtual reality) how the Korean President conducts a meeting.
The street in front of Cheongwadae and the road to Inwangsan Mountain, which has been open 24 hours to the public since 2017, can be experienced through VR (virtual reality).
The area comes with an introduction of presidential bodyguards and a photo zone where visitors can take pictures with them.
Learn about the Government’s five years of accomplishments in all areas from Prevention of Covid-19 to economy, diplomacy, environment, welfare and scientific technology using diverse exhibition technologies.
Take some photos with world leaders attended the G7 Summit in the digital photo zone.