All About Magnificent Gyeongbokgung Palace – Korea
Each country surely have uniqueness of its ancient civilization because historical moments as well as the struggles in the past considered as priceless treasure that deserves to be maintained and preserved. South Korea did the same with their ancient civilization. One of them is the oldest and largest palace of the Joseon Dynasty, Gyeongbok Palace that located in northern Seoul (Gangbuk), South Korea.
Standing in an area of 400,000 square meters, Gyeongbok Palace is a symbol of royal grandeur and the Korean people. Gyeongbokgung itself has a meaning Palace that radiate happiness. Gyeongbokgung has about 5800 rooms, but unfortunately at the time of the Japanese occupation in Korea many parts of this building were destroyed. Until now the South Korean government still rebuild destroyed portions.
In the past, Gyeongbokgung was a royal villa that used as a temporary residence of the kings that want to take a break from their activities. as time goes by the palace often used for formal occasions, recently the building complex completely expanded and many newer buildings added.
The palace complex consists of a public area, the residence of the royal family and the garden. In the garden there is a giant tree whose age is more than 300 years, a small pool and a pavilion. Best time to see this this beautiful park is during autumn, when the leaves begin to fall.
Now Gyeongbokgung Palace has become one of the most popular sights that were publicly opened. Not infrequently, these locations serve as a place to shoot colossal films.
For those of you who want to deepen knowledge about the history of Korea and specifically Gyeongbok Palace, the Korean government has prepare free Tour Guide services especially for foreign tourists.
To enjoy this whole palace needs a fairly long time. Because in addition to a large area, Gyeongbok also has many beautiful parks and pools. Visitors can enter this site from two doors: Gwanghamun and Sinmumun. especially from Gwanghamun, visitors can visit the National Palace Museum which is located right next to Gyeongbokgung Palace.
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