Gyeonghui Palace is a representative cultural asset of Korea in Jongno-gu, Seoul.
It is said that it was also called Seogwong because it is the palace of the west.
Originally, it was the house of Jeong Won-gun, King Injo's father, but it was said that Gwanghaegun built it as a palace after hearing that there was a royal flag on the site.
At the time of its construction, it was a 1,500-kan palace, but it was destroyed through Japanese colonial era.
It is said that many foreign tourists are visiting this place through KETA to check the beauty of Korean architecture.
In the past, there were various structures, but most of them were destroyed by the fire in the year 29 of King Sunjo.
According to KETA information, it was rebuilt in 1831.
If you want to experience the beautiful history of Korea, I recommend you to visit this place.
Address: 45 Saemunan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Photo source: Gyeonghuigung Palace
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