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Jaejoong’s JYJ The Beginning Album Shoot Location

October 16, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Sem breeeeeakkkk~! Wooooo~! Wazzzzupppp??! I can get back my homies, JYJ. (O_O) Why am I talking street that way? Haha!

Imma gonna start this season’s post with JJ’s photoshoot location…

A replica of the traditional garden in Guangdong Province, China
Weolhwawon

Wallhwawon is situated in the 6000㎡ of land in Hyowon Park, which is in Ingye-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon, Gyeonggi Province. Approximately 80 Chinese technicians worked to complete the structure, which makes it true to itself in showing the traditional Chinese construction beauty. Wallhwawon was developed according to private garden styles from the late Ming Dynasty to the early Qing Dynasty. Designed for harmony between the construction space and garden space, visitors can appreciate the nature’s beauty of China’s Guangdong Province along with garden characteristics of Yongnam Province while walking. The structures were mainly built using bricks and wood according to the construction style of Guangdong Province. Heol-san-kwon-boong, which means that ‘mountain rests and one rolls up the towers,’ is a form of bending at the roof once, and rolling up the edge areas. As for the garden space built according to traditional garden creation methods of Guangdong Province, ponds were artificially dug out, and that soil was used to create mountains. The Jeungyeonjeong situated on the peak of the mountain is easily viewable from all parts of the garden, with two floors of roof. The two layers of roof format symbolize diverse applied fine arts of the construction style of Yongnam Province. It also plays the role of the center of Hyowon Park and Weolhwawon, containing many meanings within its structure.  ~http://eng.gg.go.kr/entry/Weolhwawon

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