Seoul: Gyeongbokgung Palace

A good dose of historic in the midst of a bustling city.







2 thoughts on “Seoul: Gyeongbokgung Palace

  1. I agree with getting a tour guide to these places unless you’ve read a ton about it before hand and also AGREE that Japanese, Chinese and all other asian traditional places are different and unique in their own way. Did they use nails in the construction of the building? I remember that being a highlight of Japanese architecture, no nails.

    Wow what an affordable entrance fee, I guess that’s Korea for you haha


    1. I honestly have no idea about the construction and everything – there were only a few information boards here and there and none of them were about the buildings so some sort of guide was definitely needed.


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