Unhyeon Palace is closed on Monday. It is a relatively well-preserved ancient Korean building. It is a private residence belonging to the prince’s family. The building on the left is Erlaotang, where you can learn about etiquette in the palace. On the other side is Laoantang, where you can discuss political affairs. The buildings are all white outer walls, brown pillars, flourishing inside, and beautiful scenery. Many tourists wear Hanbok to visit. The transportation is convenient and it is open for free. It is worth seeing.
Old buildings are also a key cultural unit under protection in South Korea. The history of this city is also very long. The buildings hundreds of years ago are also well preserved. The palace buildings are mainly made of wood, and the whole area is warm and clean. of.
It’s very quiet here, and the courtyard is very chic and elegant, with many explanations on the side, so even if there is no tour guide, you can probably understand the seven or eight. It’s free and cost-effective.
Unhyeon Palace is the private residence of King Heungsun Daewon, and it was the place where King Gojong of North Korea lived for 12 years before he took the throne. After Gaozong ascended the throne, he was promoted to the "gong" through large-scale expansion and renovation. After Gojong came to the throne at the age of 12, with the emergence of the name Unhyeongung, Dawon-kun’s mansion was continuously expanded and transformed into the spectacular Unhyungung.
The Unzen Palace is the political center of Korea in the last century and still has three buildings
I personally feel that it is better to go to Unhyeongung than Gyeongbokgung. First, it is free, and secondly, there are fewer people. The architectural style is similar to Gyeongbokgung, but it is not as magnificent and not as large as Gyeongbokgung. There are fewer people, so you don’t have to worry about other people entering when you take pictures. Compared with Gyeongbokgung Palace, because there are more tour groups, it is difficult for others not to enter when taking pictures.
free! free! free! I said the important thing three times~ I passed by when I returned to my residence from Changdeokgung Palace, at the southwest corner of Changdeokgung Palace. I was really pleasantly surprised, the environment is very good, it has Korean cultural characteristics, and there are performances from one to three in the afternoon. "Myeongseong Empress" was shot here as the residence of the royal father of King Gojong, the last emperor of South Korea. It feels that it is enough to watch Korean architectural culture here, and those who don't have enough time and money don't need to see other palaces. Several Korean couples took wedding photos here, beautiful, I like it~
There are too many tourists in popular attractions. There are too many so-called palaces open in Seoul, and I accidentally discovered this attraction near the hotel. Basically the layout is the same as the palace, and the various demonstrations inside also explain their daily lives. The key is that no tourists can observe carefully and quietly. After turning around, I met a few teachers and a group of junior high school students to visit, and the Korean junior high school girls actually put on makeup.