From today (10th), the Blue House will be fully unveiled for the first time in 74 years.

The Blue House grounds are open from noon, but before that, the hiking trail of Bugaksan Mountain behind the Blue House will open at 7 a.m. a little later.

Connect with reporters on the spot.

Reporter Son Hyeong-an, it is early, but there are many citizens around the Blue House, right?


Yes, there are only a few hours left before the doors of the Blue House open wide.

It's still early, so the people who are preparing for the event are busier than the citizens.

It is the first time in 74 years since the founding of the Republic of Korea that the interior of the Blue House is fully open to the public.

This historic scene can be viewed from noon to coincide with the inauguration of President Yun Seok-yeol.

President Yoon previously announced that he would put the first step in fulfilling his presidential campaign promise by returning the Blue House to the people.

With more than 1 million people applying for the Blue House opening, today, the first day of opening, from noon to 8:00 p.m., about 26,000 selected people will enter the Blue House.

As they walk around the Blue House, they will be able to see the main building, where the former president held official offices, Sangchunjae, a traditional Korean-style house used for receiving foreign guests, and Nokjiwon, known as the most beautiful place in the Blue House.

However, the opening of the inside of the building has been temporarily delayed for reasons such as cleaning up facilities.

In addition, the hiking trail leading to the Blue House grounds and Mt. Bukak is open to the public from 7 am.

You can depart from either the east or west side of the Blue House without prior application, and you can enjoy the magnificent view of the Blue House through the hiking trails.