Originally named Sugang-gung, this palace was constructed in 1419 by King Sejong and is the oldest of all existing royal ... More
Originally named Sugang-gung, this palace was constructed in 1419 by King Sejong and is the oldest of all existing royal palaces in Korea. It was built in memory of previous kings. Under Japanese colonial rule, this palace served as a zoo. It was not until 1911 that the name was changed to Changyong Palace. In 1986, the building was restored to its original glory and opened to the public as an historical monument.
The War Memorial of Korea is one of the biggest war museums in the world. Visitors can enjoy two exhibition
areas: one indoors and the other outdoors. With all the different displays, visitors will almost feel like they had ...
This is one of the largest children's parks in Asia. It includes a zoo, a botanical garden, an amusement park,
outdoor concert stages and physical training facilities. In spring and fall, many young children and their teachers can be ...
Located at the southeast edge of Kyongbuk Palace, this tower was originally one of the two guard posts along the
palace wall. Presently it stands on the street, as the palace wall was relocated and the other watchtower was ...
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