One of the things that I love about civ 6 is how each leader and each victory type presents its own problems to overcome. I hadn't yet won a science victory and so I read around a bit and decided that for a first attempt, I would try Seondeok with all her advantages built around the Seowon. I expected to be building lots of Seowons and pulling ahead early in science. Well, I am ahead but it hasn't panned out at all like I was expecting. Here is the problem: The Seowons yield of Science is reduced for every district you build adjacent to the Seowon and so you need to build it away from the city center. This also helps increase the bonuses from mines and farms. However, a new city only has the first ring of tiles and often the tile that automatically added is not the one you want as you can only build on hills and you might have chosen a different location for the Seowon. So instead of science, my game up to turn 70 has been all about money to purchase the tiles I need to build Seowons and policy cards to increase money or reduce the cost of buying tiles. This wasn't what I was expecting.... Thoughts?