The HK+ Mobility Humanities Education Centre completed the Mobility Humanities Fair “Mobility Humanities of Walking” event for residents and teenagers once a week from May 26 to July 15.
The Mobilities Humanities of Walking, which was conducted virtually due to COVID-19, received prior applications this year and was driven offline for about 29 residents in each course. With the commentary provided Chanwoong Lim, a traditional culture instructor at the National Folk Museum of Korea, participants walked around Buam-dong, Seongbuk-dong, Seonjeongneung, and Jongno, to reflect on the historical significance of community culture and practice the humanities of walking.
The event was held under the theme ‘Hanyang Heritage, The Station of Philosophical Thinking,’ ‘Seongbuk-dong Pigeons Relying on Hanyang Fortress,’ ‘Walking in the Forest, as a present of Royal Tombs,’ and ‘Walking in Jongno, the site of the March 1st Movement.’ The participants had time to think about history, culture, and life looking around # ‘Hanyang Heritage, The Station of Philosophical Thinking’: Prince Anpyeong Yi Yong’s House, Buam House, Segeomjeong, and Seokparang. #Seongbuk-dong Pigeons Relying on Hanyang Fortress,’ Hyehwamun, Hanyang Wall, Suyeonsanbang and Simwoojang. # ‘Walking in the Forest, as a present of Royal Tombs’ #’Walking in Jongno, the site of the March 1st Movement’. Gwanghwamun intersection, Hyejeong Bridge, The Palace of Uigembu, Taehwagwan, and Seungdong Church.