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The four palaces in Seoul each have unique and intriguing histories. This palace is one of the smaller out of the four but is directly beside Changdeokgung, so one could easily spend a day visiting both. There are stairs and fair amount of walking.
This is an excellent large site with some nicely restored buildings. It looks particularly good in April with the cherry blossom and the azaleas. The visit to the Secret Garden is the icing on the cake, although my visit was marred by the group being...More
As all the other places, just the outside of the buildings to see and all of the same decor. Be better to visit this Place when the Wildflower garden is in Bloom. Nice walk around the wooded ares. Adjacent to Changdeokgung Place with an interconnecting...More
I visited the 4 main palaces and this one is definitely my favorite. Not the biggest or most colorful, but the architecture of the main building with all the overlaying roofs is fantastic. It is also a lot more quiet and peaceful than some of...More
Not sure why you need a guide. I went there several times, alone, in recent years. Easy walking. You need to join a guided tour for the Secret Garden of Changdeokgung, by pre-booking online, but for the general areas of... More
Not sure why you need a guide. I went there several times, alone, in recent years. Easy walking. You need to join a guided tour for the Secret Garden of Changdeokgung, by pre-booking online, but for the general areas of both palaces, they being adjacent to each other, you can just walk around leisurely.