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Gyeongbokgung

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Geunjeongjeon

Geunjeongjeon Hall
(National Treasure No. 223). Important state functions were held in the compound of Geunjeongjeon, the Throne Hall, such as court officials' audiences with the king and receptions for foreign envoys.

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This scene is a reenactment of King Sejong's coronation on the 10th of Aug. - By the lunar calendar in 1418. It shows court officials congratulating the king who is on the throne in Geunjeongjeon Hall.

Stones indicating rank at Geunjeongjeon Hall. -The marks indicated where the court officials lined up in order of rank during official functions at Geunjeongjeon Hall.

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Sujeongjeon Hall

Sujeongjeon, located to the south of the pond with Gyeonghoeru Pavilion, was where Jiphyeonjeon(the Hall of Worthies) was situated during King Sejong's reign.

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Hunminjeongeum
Hangul was created in 1446 by the name of Hoon-min-jung-um.

Sejong
He made Hun-min-jung-um (Korean) in order to comfort the people.

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Hyangwonjeong & Hyangwonji

The Hyangwonji Pond and Chuihyanggyo Bridge

Hyangwonjeong : In 1873, King Gojong Chwihyanggyo Bridge : longest wooden bridge constructed on a pond during the Joseon Dynasty

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Hyangwonjeong & Hyangwonji

Yeolsangjinwon

the source of Hyangwonji Pond, flows to Gyeonghoeru Pond before exiting the palace.

Good examples of Korean gardening art

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Donggung

This compound was where the crown prince lived with the crown princess, while he was in training for the throne.

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Donggung- map

This blueprint of the Crown Prince's residence is part of the 1890's Blueprint of the Northern Palace.

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crown princess s clothes(ceremony)

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Crow princesss clothes(nomal times)

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Gyeonghoeru
A pavilion located on a pond to the west of the living quarters
Was built as a venue for feasts for foreign envoys and for the king and his court officials.

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Gyeonghoeru

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Geoncheonggung Residence

Built in 1873(the 10th year of King Gojong), five years after Gyeongbokgung was rebuilt. In the northernmost part of the palace, Built for the king and the queen to enjoy peace and quiet

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East of Geoncheonggung

King Gojong stayed frequently with his queen. received ministers from the United States, Great Britain and Russia to resolve a variety of political issues. The first electric lights in the palace were installed. In 1895, a group of Japanese assassins raided this residence and slaughtered Queen Myeongsung, King Gojong's wife. She died in Okhoru, the high veranda of Gonnyeonghap.

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Okhoru and Asojeong

October 8, 1895, sword-bearing Japanese assassins acting under direct orders from Miura Goro Upon entering the Queen's Quarters ("Okholu, Kongchung Palace"), the Japanese assassins "killed three court suspected of being Queen Min. they burned the corpse in the pine forest in front of the Okhulu and then dispersed the ashes. Queen Min was 43

Asojeong is a place for looking back upon the memory of Empress Myeongseong.

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