Jardin de Séoul 6/6: Corée à Paris - Séoul garden, Korea in Paris: Harmonie, Sérénité - Harmony, serenity

by Olga Helys January. 15, 2013 7090 views

Jardin de Séoul à Paris: 2012 - 2002

Du 15 au 17 juin 2012, le jardin de Séoul a fêté ses 10ans d’existence à Paris.
Le 25 mars 2002 a eu lieu son inauguration par M. Goh Kun, Maire de Séoul et M. Bertrand Delanoë, Maire de Paris.

D’une superficie de 5000 m2 et sis au jardin d'acclimatation, le jardin de Séoul s’articule principalement autour de :
* la porte du recueillement, à la recherche du bonheur (p’isemun)
* de murailles ornées de motifs géométriques et de tuiles aux roses de chine (hibiscus) et de paons
*la porte de la jeunesse éternelle (Bulomun)
* la passerelle en pierre sous la lune (월하교, wolhagyo)
* la terrasse d’où l’on regarde la lune (월대, woldae)
*le pavillon (죽우정, Jukujeong) du style architectural typique du royaume de Choseon ; il a
une hauteur de sept mètres, un toit hexagonal, des couleurs vives.
L’architecture de ce pavillon rappelle la construction de temples et maisons traditionnelles coréennes, hanok. - Helys photos © 2012

Merci pour vos visites et vos commentaires !

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Séoul garden in Paris: 2012 - 2002

From 15th till 17th June 2012, the Seoul garden celebrated its 10 years in Paris.
March 25th, 2002 took place its inauguration by mister Goh Kun, Mayor of Seoul and mister Bertrand Delanoë, Mayor of Paris.

This garden (5000m2) is located in the “jardin d'acclimatation” and articulates mainly around:
* The door of the meditation, in search of happiness (p' isemun)
* The bulwarks decorated with geometrical motives and with tiles decorated with china roses (hibiscus ) and peacocks
*The door of the eternal youth ( Bulomun)
* The stone footbridge under the moon (월하교,Wolhagyo)
* The terrace where from we look at the moon (월대,Woldae)
* The pavillon (죽우정,Jukujeong) with an architectural style of Choseon kingdom ; it is a seven meters height, an hexagonal roof and bright colors.
The architecture of this pavillon calls back the construction of temples and Korean traditional houses, hanok. - Helys photos © 2012

Thanks for your visits and comments

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Antonio Gil 6 years, 11 months ago

The care with the details, by the builders and by you, is brilliant.

6 years, 11 months ago Edited
Olga Helys 6 years, 11 months ago

yes, You may - Welcome walter!

6 years, 11 months ago Edited
Walter 6 years, 11 months ago

May I move in there? :-)

6 years, 11 months ago Edited
Josy 6 years, 11 months ago

Encore une fois beauté paisible.Une tranquille promenade

6 years, 11 months ago Edited
Astrid 6 years, 11 months ago

Nice place and set

6 years, 11 months ago Edited
Yves Monast 6 years, 11 months ago

very nice set...

6 years, 11 months ago Edited
Dan Ravasio 6 years, 11 months ago

#17 is totally beautiful...

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Domã©Lia 6 years, 11 months ago

encore une belle série qui me fait découvrir un endroit intéressant de Paris, à faire lors de mon prochain séjour !

6 years, 11 months ago Edited
Robertpetergee 6 years, 11 months ago

great photos...this looks like a very happy temple/pavillion/house :)

6 years, 11 months ago Edited
Glo B 6 years, 11 months ago

great light in this set of fascinating photos!

6 years, 11 months ago Edited
Jothindra Paranji 6 years, 11 months ago

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