Where is the'Fairies' Yeouido underground bunker...
Where is the'Fairies' Yeouido underground bunker...
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Photo = MBC'The Guys Crossing the Line Returns' Capture

A secret bunker in the basement in the middle of Yeouido was revealed.

In MBC's ``Guys Crossing the Line Returns,'' broadcast on the 6th, Seyeon Jin, Hyunmoo Jeon, Minseok Seol, Jongmin Kim, and Byungjae Yoo gathered in Yeouido Park.

Jeon Hyun-moo said, "It is a secret place that has never been disclosed in entertainment," and guided the party to the Yeouido Transfer Center.

When the door to the bunker opened, Kim Jong-min was amazed, saying, "I've never seen anything like this. I've known it for the first time in 40 years." Yoo Byung-jae also said, "I think I'm watching some kind of'Harry Potter' movie. It's a real secret door." Jin Se-yeon also looked surprised.

Jeon Hyun-moo said, "It was discovered during the construction of the Yeouido Transit Center in May 2005," he said. "It is presumed that it was an evacuation shelter in case of emergency during former President Park Chung-hee."

The secret bunker that was broadcast on the day was created in the 1970s and is believed to have been used as a secret facility for the president's guard at the time. Seoul opened the exhibition cultural space'SeMA Bunker' in October 2017 after a detailed inspection and collecting opinions from citizens and experts.

At the time of discovery, it consisted of a bodyguard waiting room (180 pyeong, about 595㎡) and a VIP room (20 pyeong, about 66㎡), and all the inner walls of the underground bunker were covered with concrete.

The former bodyguard waiting room was decorated as an art exhibition space, and the VIP room was operated as a history gallery. The sofa in the room, which is believed to have been used by the president at the time, was restored similarly so that citizens could sit and see it, and the toilet toilet was left intact.

In addition to Seoul, there is another underground bunker that is believed to have been built during the days of President Park Chung-hee. It is a 300-meter-long underground passage from the back of the ticket office at Gwanghwamun Station on Subway Line 5 to Gyeongbokgung Palace.

To withstand atomic bomb attacks at a depth of 11m underground, a 2m-thick ceiling was built with reinforced concrete, and a triple iron gate entrance and facilities were installed. It is presumed to be a place prepared for wartime preparations, such as emergency response meetings and confidential documents from the government. The total area is 3734m² (1129 pyeong), which is more than five times larger than the Yeouido bunker. Currently, it is used as a storage for relics of the National Palace Museum.

[News Inside Reporter Jeong Yong-in news@newsinside.kr]

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