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Gyeongbokgung Palace

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Gyeongbokgung Palace

10,648 Reviews
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161 Sajik-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul South Korea
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GyeongbokgungSeoul Metropolitan Subway7 min
AngukSeoul Metropolitan Subway11 min
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Day Trip to Nami Island with Petite France and Garden of Morning Calm
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Day Trip to Nami Island with Petite France and Garden of Morning Calm
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Combine tours of three must-see Gapyeong attractions on this day trip from Seoul. Avoid the hassle of arranging your own transport to the Garden of Morning Calm, Nami Island, and Petite France. With staff on hand during your visits, it’s easy to navigate each charming locale; entrance fees included.
$61.54 per adult
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i love this palace especially the change of guards in the morning. though its cold and raining snow but the ceremony is still on going. lots of tourists even in winter season. Palace is too big to explore so you need to give your whole day for this palace alone.
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This is the largest palace complex in Seoul. Its history is very interesting! The palace is in reality a reconstruction; the original palace was burned and demolished by the Japanese during their occupation of Korea last century. The restoration of the palace is quite good.
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Its like stepping into a movie and reliving South Korean Joseon Dynasty again. This was so sensational. It is spectacular how this is divided from the modern world. If I were to go back to South Korea, I would visit more of the ''tradional'' places and visit this one again. Not
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A visit to the palace is not complete without wearing the colorful Hanbok, Korea's national costume. There are tons of Hanbok shops around the palace where you can either buy or wear them for a fee. Upon entering the palace grounds, it feels like you travelled back in time with
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The palace is a vast complex and is a major tourist destination when visiting South Korea. Usually tourists visit this place while renting traditional Korean clothing to take pictures in the palace area. The palace is nice and very beautiful. Detailed architectural buildings
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