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mkbuus Sarayın bahçesinden.Hangi saray mı #Gyeongbokgung , yazması zor söylemesi daha zor. 2min

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ms_squishysoo Red bean pancake anyone? #gyeongbokgung #palace #koreajjang 51min

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jagenmesh The exquisite architecture in Gyeongbokgung. Like damn, the painting to do all of this. Koreans, innovative since day one! #korea #seoul #history #asia #gyeongbokgung 2h

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92yunz #korea#southkorea#corea#seoul#gyeongbokgung#travelgram#travel#서울#경복궁#여름
아프고 피곤피곤한 오빠 끌고 #향원정 미안하고 고마웡
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  •   juyoung_lee2 어쩜 이리 루트가 똑같나요 ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ 5h
  •   txim_eleta Muy linda 2h
  •   gilhyun_ko @juyoung_lee2 저는 오늘 독립문에서 부터 성곽돌면서 윤동주 언덕에서 경복궁으로 왔어요. ㅋㅋㅋ 같아요?! 1h
  •   juyoung_lee2 윤동주 언덕에서 경복궁까지만요^^ !!! 즐거우셨나요? 저는 완전완전 재미있는 서울나들이였어요! 1h

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jagenmesh This is Gyeongbokgung! The Imperial Palace of Korea. Having been rebuilt twice following both the Korean War and Japanese colonization, it housed the last monarchs of the nation. The last queeb, Myeongseong was assassinated brutally by invading Japanese coloniser leaving the place completely decimated. Like Seoul itself it has once again been rebuilt into something utterly marvelous to look at! #korea #seoul #gyeongbokgung #palace #asian #history 7h

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aprilmeijoon The king's throne room at Gyeongbokgung Palace. #gyeongbokgung #palace #joseon #oldkorea #korea #southkorea #seoul #travel 10h

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aprilmeijoon Old meets new at Gyeongbokgung Palace in northern Seoul. Built in 1395, 3 years after the grand Joseon dynasty was founded, it served as the main palace for Korean royalty for more than 500 years. It continued to expand for the next 300-some years until it was burned to the ground during the Japanese invasion of 1592, then left derelict for the next 276 years until reconstruction began by Prince Regent Heungseon Daewongun. Later during the Japanese occupation in the 1900s, it was demolished for the purpose of holding an exhibition. More than 90% of the buildings were torn down. Beginning in 1990, the Korean government has since been reconstructing the palace with the intention of modeling it to it's former glory, the likes of which had not been seen since 1867. Inside the palace contains the king's throne room, personal chambers, government buildings, queen's chambers, gardens, kitchens, court buildings, streams, and storage buildings for the royal family's personal belongings. #history #oldkorea #joseon #korea #southkorea #palace #gyeongbokgung #travel 10h

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