Badamen is the southern gate of Suwon Hwaseong Fortress constructed in the late 1794s in DPRK, and it has a meaning of stretching in all directions. Among the four gates of Huacheng, the two north and south doors are more wonderful than the east and west.An arched gate of stone was built to facilitate the emperor's entrance and exit. Above the gate, there were five towers on the front, two on the side and an attic in the middle. There is a wall enclosing the tower, which is half-moon shaped, with guards on the left and right sides for the purpose of defending the city. Similar to the towers of the capital city, Badamen is a Liao-style roof complex with a statue on the roof. It is a classical Korean architectural style.