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A Travel Blog entry by bennn2009 from Seoul, Korea Rep.
My first stop was Changdeok Palace, which is a palace set within a large park in Jongno-gu, Seoul. It is one of the "Five Grand Palaces" built by the kings of the Joseon Dynasty and because of its location east of Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeokgung is also ...
A Travel Blog entry by krisstraus from Seoul, Korea Rep.
... of the different directions and the flags that were used for each direction (north, east, south and west.) Our next stop was Changdeok Palace. This palace was the home for the last King in South Korea. King Sunjong rules until 1910 and died in 1926. His ...
A Travel Blog entry by aswartz from Seoul, Pennsylvania, South Korea
... the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, we knew it would be a true cultural experience. Next we moved to Changdeok Palace, built from 1405-1412, and its Secret Gardens. We had two tours totaling three hours, highlighting the construction and the ...
A Travel Blog entry by nancycaldwell from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
... wishing well part way along, but I didn't see any coins lying about. We warmed up in the van on the way to Changdeok Palace, built in 1405 as a secondary palace for the Joseon Dynasty. There are several buildings on the grounds, all beautifully designed ...
A Travel Blog entry by galumphing from Seoul, Korea Rep.
... I could have done without the Confucian separation of the sexes). When I visited Changgyeong Palace -- right next door to Changdeok Palace -- an orchestra was in the main courtyard. Television camera crews were there, and rows of chairs were set ...
A Travel Blog entry by lyncraven from Seoul, Korea Rep.
... next palace. Changgyeong Palace was the third compound built during the Joseon dynasty and because many kings preferred to stay at Changdeok Palace, the number of royal family residents kept increasing, so King Seongjong (reigned 1469-94) had it built to ...
A Travel Blog entry by ericjon97 from Seoul, Korea Rep.
... from this little joint that had one table in it. It was awesome! I had my pizza and then headed out to see Changdeok Palace. I hopped on a city bus for 1000 won ($1) and took it just a couple of stops and it dropped me off right in ...
A Travel Blog entry by debbie.loop from Seoul, Korea Rep.
... . Seoul was very congested with traffic and reminded me of a large city in the US. The first visit we made was to the Changdeok Palace. It is the best preserved palace among the 5 royal palaces. We arrived just as the "changing of the guards" was ...
A Travel Blog entry by monkey_king from Seoul, Korea Rep.
... is a real gallery. I checked...). This whole area is the government and cultural heart of Seoul, so there is a lot to do. Changdeok palace is a bit more historical and is the other main palace in the area, but it was late and with only guided tours I ...
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