[view] It still looks great, it feels good, it looks great, it really is good here, yeah
[View] The architecture is really beautiful, it's still very good, it looks super nice, I like it.
Changqing Palace is a long history of the ancestral temple, and Changde Palace connected, is one of the five palaces in Seoul, composed of Ming Dynasty Palace, Wen Dynasty Palace, Tong Ming Palace, the distribution of the faulty, the architecture is very beautiful. The main gate is the hatch gate, the dart vault, the color eye-catching, the carving is beautiful, the Tamagawa Bridge is the king go road, the Ming Dynasty hall in front of the ground there is inscribed official rank stone, that is the place to hold the royal funeral. Not big place, Chinese explanations provided, but along the shaded paths, one visit is enough to see historic buildings.
It is a building left over from the Korean Dynasty, and the palace is simple to design, with many trees and vegetation to see, the house is a layer of facilities, the whole area is not very large, you can enjoy some fun things.
Visiting here, with flat floors, stairs and steps, really good exercise. The buildings are mostly open air and open. So you can imagine them dancing and singing here. My favorite part was seeing the beautiful, colorful fresco ceiling. Must look up! I visited 4 main palaces and this one was definitely my favorite. Not because it is the largest or most colorful, but the main building is fantastic with all the covered roofs. This palace is quieter and more peaceful than some other palaces (and they are very good).
Changgyeonggung Palace was the Summer Palace of the Goryeo King, it later became one of the Five Grand Palaces of the Joseon Dynasty. It was heavily damaged by the Japanese during the Japanese invasion of Korea.
Changyeonggung Palace is smaller than Changdeokgung Palace right next to it, but is still a beautiful palace to visit with a lot of interesting history. Bet it's gorgeous in the fall.
Changgyeonggung is one of the big palaces in Seoul. The grounds are very scenic. During the colonial period, the Japanese built a zoo and botanic garden on the grounds, so not many of the original buildings remain. I recommend this as one of the most interesting palaces in Seoul.