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Major strategies

re:Sewoon Project

  • Forming re:Sewoon Project between Jongmyo (Joseon’s royal ancestral shrine) and the Center
  • Establishing decks and a foot bridge connecting to Cheonggyecheon Stream
  • Connecting foot traffic east and west from Cheonggyecheon to the Euljiro underground passage
  • Completing a pedestrian passage from Jongmyo to Namsan Mountain
  • Creating a downtown basis for creative manufacturing
  • Laying a Fourth Industrial Revolution platform for collaboration between master and young technicians
  • Attracting strategic agencies to regenerate industry
  • Running resident consultative bodies
  • Establishing a repair cooperative for highly-skilled technicians to find work
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Changdeokgung Palace

  • Rejuvenating four roads (Donhwamun-ro, Samil-daero, Ikseon to Nakwon, and Seosulla-gil) with their historical and cultural elements
  • Improving the landscapes and forming experiential spaces for traditional culture (hanbok clothing, minyo folk songs, and classical gukak music)
    along Donhwamun-ro
  • Regenerating historical resources related to the March 1, 1919 Independence Movement
  • Preserving characteristics unique to Ikseon-dong and pursuing agreements to prevent gentrification
  • Emphasizing cultural aspects of the Nakwon Shopping Center and promoting jewelry shops along Seosulla-gil
  • Establishing governance involving residents, the Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG), and experts
  • Implementing projects suggested by residents, urban regeneration “schools”, and local revitalization festivals

Jeong-dong

  • Preserving and managing the organization of old Seoul
  • Restoring cultural assets including Seonwonjeon (shrine of portraits of Joseon kings) and Hwangudan (a site for the performance of the rite of heaven)
  • Forming scenic sights like the SMG’s Seosomun branch observatory
  • Creating a Path of the Korean Empire
  • Creating tourism resources from the Empire’s history including reenacting the changing of Westernized guards in front of Daehanmun (main gate of Deoksugung Palace), imperial carriage processions, and Hwangudan rites •Activating local history- themed festivals and improving nightscape lighting

Yongsan Electronics Market

  • Expanding the distribution ecosystem by combining new industries
  • Developing an industrial ecosystem including Makers’ Spaces, facilities for business establishment (Yongsan Y-Valley), digital labs, and multi-campuses
  • Completing urban spaces that consider accessibility and communication
  • Building a network for pedestrians and accessibility
  • Forming a cultural fusion platform for the public to experience
  • Realizing coordination and cooperation between merchants and landowners, the public and private sectors, and local and central governments

Majang-dong

  • Invigorating the neighborhood along the banks of Cheon-ggyecheon and improving its environment
  • Establishing the Majang Cheonggyecheon Platform
  • Aiding organization and cooperation efforts to improve the conventional structure of its livestock market
  • Generating jobs in culinary industries
  • Improving public hygiene
  • Making neighborhoods safe
  • Forming and operating a Majang Tongtong Regeneration Center •Creating local festivals involving all residents
  • Running projects suggested by residents

Cheongnyangni Market

  • Nurturing projects tailored to the market
  • Creatively bringing new life to spaces in the area to attract tourists
  • Fostering communities centered on merchants and citizens - the main agents of urban regeneration
  • Promoting cooperation and harmony among all interested parties

4‧19 Revolution Intersection

  • Assisting with the revamping of small housing
  • Activating local, small-unit communities
  • Turning the monument and square of the April 19th National Cemetery into a citizen-friendly memorial park
  • Promoting ecotourism in the Ui-dong area
  • Integrating local resources in accordance with the lay of the land and traffic

Doksan Cattle Market

  • Activating the local economy by nurturing manufacturing and other local industries
  • Boosting new industries and generating jobs by assisting young people and entrepreneurs with establishing new, small businesses
  • Creating a new center for culinary culture by modernizing the cattle market
  • Enhancing residents’ quality of life by utilizing the area’s cultural and artistic assets (like Geumcheon Art Factory)
  • Employing smart technology to improve quality of life and local competitiveness

Anam-dong Campus Town

  • Establishing a Smart Anam Center
  • Developing a startup studio and startup promotion programs
  • Smart ICT education projects
  • Developing youth culture streets and Korea University’s Cinema Trap programs
  • Building a smart culture platform
  • Hosting local festivals in conjunction with the university and assisting with activities by foreign residents