Seoul is offering free guided tours of the city's ancient wall built back in the Joseon Dynasty.
Under the moonlight,... the tours will take participants to old streets and villages along the stone wall that used to protect the city.
There will be four tours next Tuesday and Thursday and on October 15th and 17th.
The tours are based on a first-come first-served basis... and are limited to 35 adults for each session.
Applications will be accepted from this Thursday for the September tours and from October 7th for next month's tours... on the city's online reservation website.

Source: Arirang News
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