Closed Open from 1/1-1/31,Tue-Sun,9:00am-4:30pm;Open from 2/1-5/31,Tue-Sun,9:00am-6:00pm;Open from 6/1-8/31,Tue-Sun,9:00am-6:30pm;Open from 9/1-10/31,Tue-Sun,9:00am-6:00pm;Open from 11/1-12/31,Tue-Sun,9:00am-4:30pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: 99 Yulgok-ro, Waryong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Hanbok experience | Hanfu dressing how to shoot, the girl chooses clothes to enter the palace
came to Korea a lot back, the hanbok experience is indeed the first time.
A Changdeokgung dress up look~
The palace in light and shadow has magic.
One day in Changdeokgung Palace
Punch Changde Palace
This year's first trip was dedicated to Seoul, South Korea. I want to break the pattern of buying, buying and buying in Seoul. I went to Changdeokgung Palace under the recommendation of my friends.
Changde Palace, one of the five major palaces in Seoul, was originally the palace of the North Korean king. In the late Joseon Dynasty, instead of Gyeongbokgung, it was used as a main palace for a long time. In addition, Changdeokgung Palace is the most intact palace in the Korean royal palace. It is a world cultural heritage.
Changde Palace's tour route is divided into front yard and back yard. The front yard is 3,000 won and the backyard is 5,000 won. The backyard can only be with the group. The Chinese explanation is at 12:30 every day. We missed this time period, didn't want to give up the backyard, or reported a Korean group to go in and understand, of course, all the way, only to take pictures. The
Changde Palace front yard is similar to the Forbidden City. It is the place where the Korean kings handle government affairs. The backyard is similar to the Summer Palace, typical royal gardens, courtyards, flowers and ponds. It is a place where kings play, giving me the feeling that it is the Korean version of Jinci, there is time to play, and the tour time is about 1 hour.
Get off at Seoul MRT Anguk Station and walk for 10 minutes.
3,000 won in the front yard, 5,000 won in the backyard, closed at 4 pm. The five major palaces, such as the Gyeongbokgung Changdeokgung Palace, are 1W won and are valid for three months.
Dunhua Gate is a two-story gate and the entrance to Changdeokgung Palace. It used to be the palace before. When the It was the appearance of the year. The building is also very complete. As tourists are pouring into Gyeongbokgung Palace, it is quiet and comfortable.
Every time there is a punctuality, there will be a tour guide outside the door asking visitors to explain the story of each palace. Chinese tour guides will also have, but maybe one or two times a day. The first time I came was followed by an English tour guide. The tour guide would like visitors to introduce the role of each palace, history, celebrities.
Most of the Korean culture of that year was inherited from China. For Chinese tourists, even if they don't listen to the explanation, it is easy to understand the quaint palace from the appearance or the text.
Changde Palace Houyuan is also known as Beiyuan and Forbidden Court. After Gaozong, it was called the Secret Garden. In the low hills and valleys, it will be preserved in good condition and only repaired where necessary. It is one of the few courtyards
courts in Korea. There is no golden glory in the royal architecture. The traditional Hanok blends with the natural beauty. Beautiful,
December 1997, at the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Committee in Naples, Italy, designated as a World Cultural Heritage with Suwon Hwaseong Fortress, with the logo of UNESCO
secret garden from Hanmen Gate The small road next to it
the vast and deep secret garden accounts for 60% of the total area of Changdeokgung Palace. There are even beasts in the valley. It was once the place where Wang Heshis doctors performed outdoor activities such as archery hunting. Look at it here~
Changde Palace is located in Wolong Cave, Zhonglu Area and is divided into a public space (belonging to the palace area) and a royal living space (belonging to the royal palace area). Changde Palace is a palace that has maintained the orthodox palace architecture of the Joseon Dynasty. The rear courtyard is the king's resting place. There are centuries-old trees, ponds, pavilions and other facilities that blend harmoniously with nature.