Let’s start with the imaginary animal hatch (I’m sure you’ve called it Haitai a lot). It’s a statue made to prevent fire in Gyeongbokgung Palace. ^^

I arrived just before the shift ceremony of the gatekeeper, and the gatekeepers were standing like this. The gatekeeper’s shift ceremony is divided into 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. every day except for holidays, and the Gwanghwamun guard ceremony is divided into 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. every day except for holidays.

I came inside Gwanghwamun. Originally, you can enter the Gwanghwamun entrance right away, but I turned around and came in because of the preparation for the event. Thanks to the event, I was able to walk more.

This is the inside of Geunjeongjeon Hall. ^^

It’s a place I’ve seen a lot in dramas or movies.

I’m sure many of you know what kind of place it is.

For those who don’t know, let me introduce it briefly.

Geunjeongjeon Hall was used by the king

to make morning inquiries, greet foreign envoys, and deliver the throne to the prince

This is Gyeonghoeru, the flower of Gyeongbokgung Palace. ^^

This is a very famous place that has appeared in various calendars, cultural property brochures, dramas, movies,

and even entertainment shows.

It’s an old party place where foreign envoys had a banquet when they visited and entertained

The peculiarity is that it is the only two-story pavilion in Gyeongbokgung Palace.

Geoncheonggung Palace, another palace inside Gyeongbokgung Palace^^

As I said before, it was built in 1873 with King Gojong’s own money

It was the first place in Korea where electricity was installed.

It is Chwihyanggyo, a bridge that connects Hyangwonjeong and Geoncheonggung.

It was destroyed during the Korean Conflict, but it was rebuilt

It was added to the process of restoring the Hyangwonjeong Pavilion

It is said that it was restored together.^^

Everyone knows that you can see the Blue House as soon as you go out the back gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace, right?

You can take pictures, but you can’t take videos, so please refer to it.

I was on my way while filming a video to upload on YouTube

There was someone who kept looking at me.

He was the secret police and he kindly called me.

Gyeongbokgung Palace is a famous place for an outing in Seoul

Many bloggers post about this place

So I only posted about Gyeongbokgung Palace buildings today,

so I’d appreciate it if you could refer to the posted part.

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