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This place used to be a home of Gojong, 26th King of Joseon Dynasty in the late 19th century and was the house of his father, Heungseon Daewongun, who actually ran the country when the king was too young to rule.
This is a small...More
My first experience of Korean history. It's a nice little palace which has been wrll naintained/restored and which is of interesting design. Some rooms contain some pictoral or other represenntation of the period, which makes it a bit more interesting. Its free so easy to...More
Unhyeonggung is located not far from Insadong and Changdeokgung Palace. It is in the middle of a street with no eye-catching sign, but you can find it through the traditional Korean gray rooftop. The mansion is free of charge with not many tourists. The buildings...More
Nice little palace with a huge gingko tree greeting you upon entering the palace. Plenty of places for you to take pictures. However, the western building located behind the palace is closed for public which is famous for being Goblin's house (drama). So disappointed that...More
You can walk around and peek inside the traditional buildings and walk on the grounds.
It’s close to the metro and best of all, there is no entrance fee. Suggest visiting when you go see the main attractions in the area including Insadong neighbourhood.
We particularly visited this place to see where the shooting scene of the famous Goblin Korean drama took place. It's called a palace but of smaller proportions compared to other palaces. It's quiet and pretty now that the flowers are in bloom (spring season). A...More
Quaint remnant of what was once a larger palace complex. We saw Unhyeongung on the map, so stopped in while on a walk thru the area. Free admission, 30-45 minutes to see it all, including a small museum of "relics" and a few 'window' displays...More