Korean Palaces You Can Visit while in Seoul

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This palace is not too far from Changdeokgung and is a noteworthy addition to your itinerary. This complex has some beautiful structures that have been around for more than a century. The Joseon kings used this as a residence for their family and even mistresses. When the Japanese colonized South Korea, they turned the palace into a garden and zoo. After the Koreans expelled the colonizers, they had the complex restored.


Entrance Fee: 1000 Korean Won

 

Deoksugung Palace


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