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Seoul Speakers' Corner B1

Here is Seoul Speakers’ Corner located at the Citizens’ Hall on the first underground floor.
Did you see an art work in the shape of an ear in front of the entrance (of the Citizens’ Hall)?
The art work means that the Citizens’ Hall represents a “Big ear of Seoul” (to listen to the public’s voices).
The Citizens’ Hall in Korean is “Simincheong,” and the “-cheong” literally has two meanings: one is “government office,” and the other is “listen.”
(Their Chinese characters are 廳 and 聽, respectively.)
Seoul City decides to use the second “-cheong(聽)” meaning “listen” to present its commitment to listen carefully to the public’s voices and communicate with them transparently.
Seoul Speakers' Corner is the very spot where members of the public are able to say what they want.
Actually, the Corner was moved from Cheonggye Plaza to here.
Before, citizens told their stories there every Saturday in the name of “I have something to say!”
To fulfill the role of the “Big Ear of Seoul,” Seoul Speakers' Corner is being run all year round.
How about telling us your stories here?
Any story on the spectrum from love to resentment.