On the 10th of last month, an event where you can enjoy the night view of the Blue House, which was opened to the public, will be held.

The Blue House Public Relations Promotion Team of the Cultural Heritage Administration announced today (28th) that it will hold a 'Blue House, Midsummer Night's Walk' from the 20th of next month to the 1st of August, together with the Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation.

This is the first time that the night viewing has been held since the opening of the Blue House.

Currently, the closing time for visiting the Blue House is 6:00 PM.

The event kicks off at 7:30pm and 8:10pm and lasts about 1.5 hours.

After entering through the main gate, participants take a tour around the grounds with a guide.

Pass through the Grand Garden to see the interior of the main building where the presidential office is located, and enjoy a drink and listen to music in the residence.

Then, go through Sangchunjae and Nokjiwon and exit through the main gate.

Sangchunjae opens the windows and turns on the lights to see the interior.

Participation applications can be made up to 2 tickets per person at Interpark Tickets starting at 10 am on the 28th.

Seniors over 65 years of age, the disabled, and people of national merit can also apply by phone.

Participants are selected by lottery, and the number of participants per session is 50, and the winner will be announced on the 14th of next month.

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