Korean Palaces You Can Visit while in Seoul

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by | September 24, 2019

This palace is both historically and culturally significant. It dates back to the 14th century and was the seat of power during that time. Its name means “Palace of Greatly Blessed Heaven.” The palace complex was destroyed and reconstructed throughout its existence. Gyeongbokgung has beautiful gates, gardens and halls that showcase Korean architecture and creativity. Wait until the ceremonial changing of the guard to see men walking around in traditional attire recreating a routine event during ancient times.

Entrance Fee: 3000 Korean Won


Changdeokgung Palace

Joshua Berida is a writer by profession and traveler by passion. He writes and posts about his adventures on TheWanderingJuan.net. He likes the outdoors and prefers mountains and hiking to beach bumming, but he wouldn't mind lazing on a white sand beach and swimming in its clear, blue waters.


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