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Pig & Tin Street

The Pig Street was built when the restaurants serving pork meat began to prosper as the horsemen of the Horse Street near the Suhseong-ro came to fill their stomachs after the Korean War. The Tin Street was created as the stores selling reconstructed tins from U.S. Army Bases began to increase after the Korean War.

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Towards Dalsumoon from Suhseong Intersection

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Woohyun Seoroo, Red Brick Wall Street, Tin Street, Home of Poet LEE Sang-hwa, Pig Street

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Woohyun Seoroo

The old lot is the land of 700 pyeong where the Suhseong-ro Branch of Daegu Bank is currently located and many gathered from the Yeongnam regions as well as nationwide with the thoughts of ambition and there were more than 150 people who passed through the Woohyun Seoroo. Scholars CHANG Ji-yeon, PARK Eun-sik, LEE Dong-hwa and CHO Sung-hwan have all passed through this place. This becomes the parent organization of the Kyonam Academy.

Red Brick Wall Street

This street is filled with brass patterns, large traditional gates, thick tiles and colors of tin. The top part of the fences are mostly finished in the Chinese style.

Tin Street

This was the street where merchants created household items from tins that were disposed from the U.S. Army bases after the Korean War.

Home of Poet LEE Sang-hwa

LEE Sang-hwa was born on April 5th 1901 at 11 Seomun-ro 2-ga, Jung-gu. His home is only 1 minute away from Woohyun Seoroo which was built by his uncle, LEE Il-woo.

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Pig Street

The Horse Street near the Dongsan Iron Goods is where the carriages carrying cargo often gathered. The horsemen used the restaurants in the Seosung-ro street and many restaurants specializing in pork meat increased.

 
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