Admiring the length and depth they all do in their craft. Hangul calligraphy is another art form that is widely trending. Similar from Hanja calligraphy, efforts on reflection, patience, muscle memory, and posture are invested in mastering this craft. Grateful to had one for free! South Korea, China and Japan are notable North East Asian countries known for this craft. At that time, the event was held at Gwanghamun square, Seoul. Taking the subway is the usual route from Seoul Station, and simply get off on Gwanghamun Station. Korean Subways are also considered one of the cleanest and fastest as one foreign friend from Ireland told me during my 3 days staycation in Seoul. Subway stations are also translated in English, which made it easier for foreign tourists. Simply exit via Hacchi Plaza! Gwanghamun Square is quite a long stretch, so prepare any hats or umbrellas for the daylight stroll.