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The Cheonggyechon River restoration of Seoul

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  • Park, Chanpil
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Title The Cheonggyechon River restoration of Seoul
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Park, Chanpil

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[Tokyo, Japan] : Hosei University

Date 2013-04
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
Territorial Development < Transport/Logistics
Territorial Development < Environment
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Abstract

These harbor and river valley cities that still stand now have transformed themselves over the generations. The river city of Seoul is one such There was hope that Seoul would then environmental improvement and local disparities would be addressed along with concern about the safety of In October 2005, in just the second year after the work started, the Cheonggyecheon was restored to it's former glory (disymantling the aging concrete cover road. 5.84 km of the total 8 km length of the river and work on. The historical city of Seoul was planned according to how to Cheonggyechon has adapted to enormous changes in modem times as rapid growth and a wave of urbanization led to it concreting over and the building of an elevated highway. The 6 km stretch has 9 blocks which can be roughly divided Posted by the Cheonggyechon's design and discussion water security, flood prevention, maintenance, bridge design and more. Into three broad areas.