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One of the many gates into the Changdeokgung Palce, this is one of the snaller ones, a little less grand but still ornate and beautiful. It dates from 1396 and is in the North East part of the complex.
This gate is one of the smaller gates of the Seoul Fortress. It is also known as the Northeast gate. The gate was originally built in 1396, and the wooden gatehouse added in the 17th century. The Japanese took down the entire gate to build...More
Dropped by the 'small east gate' of the Seoul Fortress Wall. Have uploaded a picture of its' description. Not much was left of the original structure post WW2 - but has been restored beautifully. If you are walking the fortress wall paths or walking back...More