Changgyeongggung Palace

Palaces in Seoul are one of the best places to visit for a glimpse of cherry blossoms in the spring. There are five main palaces which you can visit for this season: Gyeongbokgung, Changdeokgung, Gyeonghuigung,Deoksugung and Changgyeonggung.

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Located in the heart of Seoul, Changgyeong Palace is the third palace built in Joseon dynasty. This palace has big greenhouse, a stream surrounded by cherry blossom trees, garden and zoo.

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A visit in this palace and understanding its history will surely make your day. Admission is 1,000 Korean won and free if you’re wearing hanbok, the Korean traditional dress.

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Direction:  Anguk Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 3. Walk straight from the exit along Yulgok-ro for about 1 km. Turn left onto Changgyeonggung-ro. Walk about 300 m to find the palace entrance on the left.

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