Gyeongbokgung Palace had to rise from the ashes of destruction more than just once. In 1592 it was burnt down during the Japanese invasions and lay in ruins for almost 300 years until it was rebuilt in 1865. However, during Japanese colonial rule, most of the palace was again destroyed before being accurately reconstructed later on. Wandering through here, you can still feel the power and prestige of the past illuminate every room. Have you ever visited? Photo credit: @jessie_kkon#SouthKorea#TravelSouthKorea#GyeongbokgungPalace#TravelInspiration
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마지막으로 와본게 언제인지 기억도 안나는데, 이렇게 넓고 이렇게 예쁜 곳 이었구나.
광화문 근처 갈때마다 지나는 가봤지 들어가보진 않았는데 설연휴 무료입장이라 시청 광장 스케이트 타러온 김에 겸사겸사 방문. 광화문 광장 앞 정말 시내 한복판에 있어서 궁 안에서 돌담 넘어로 보이는 고층 빌딩 모습이 재밌더라. 예쁜 한복 입고 들어온 사람들 모습도 보기 좋고 꽁꽁얼은 경회루 연못 위를 걸어 다니던 까치는 정말 귀여웠음.
사우디에 있으면서 챙겨 본 어서와 한국은 처음이지 방송 때문에 나도 저기 가봐야지 했던곳이 한둘이 아님. 한국 휴가 하루하루를 관광객으로 보내는 중.
Not much of a selfie person, but I was really feeling the designs at Gyeongbokgung Palace. So much color, so many delicate intricacies. I could’ve spent another couple hours of there at least! (Please ignore the “I’ve just flown 13 hours” look I’m rocking.) #seoul#gyeongbokgungpalace#southkorea#travel#adventure
Time for a throwback to my Korea trip! My sister lives there and I got to visit a few years ago - now seems a good time to get out some pics in honor of the Olympics taking place there at the moment. #korea#southkoreatrip#gyeongbokgungpalace
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