For Koreans, it is hard to imagine a New Year's celebration without the bell ceremony held at Bosingak. Broadcast ... More
Bosingak Bell Pavilion
For Koreans, it is hard to imagine a New Year's celebration without the bell ceremony held at Bosingak. Broadcast nationwide by TV and radio, Koreans greet the New Year with 33 loud rings of the bell. Many people from all over Seoul gather here to say goodbye to the past year, and ring in the New Year. On other days of the year, the bell is available for viewing, although it remains silent.
Located in downtown Seoul, across from City Hall, this palace was built as the main residence for the kings of
the early Chosun Dynasty. Among all the palaces in Seoul, this palace exhibits the first Western style building, Sokjojon, ...
Come and experience authentic Korean traditions firsthand. On either side of this street are many antique shops, Korean paper goods
shops, picture framing stores, Korean tea houses, Korean restaurants and much more. Enjoy the various events such as traditional ...
Built in 1405 by King Taejong, Changdok is the best preserved of all of Seoul's palaces. It has its own
unique architectural beauty and is divided into four main components: Central Palace, Piwon (known as the secret garden), Naksonjae, ...
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