Korean Palaces You Can Visit while in Seoul

Relive your K-Drama fantasies.

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This palace doesn’t have the same grandeur and recall of Changdeokgung and Gyeongbokgung, but it has a distinct place in Korean history. The last Joseon king, Gojong, called the palace home and was also the place of his death. This is different from the other palaces because of the European influence one will see in some of its buildings.

Entrance Fee: 1000 Korean Won

 

Hwaseong Haenggung Palace


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