Gyeongbokgung Palace and the Seoul National Cemetery

Today I visited the Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul. This Palace is one of the biggest one in Seoul and was built in 1395 in the Joseon-Dynastie. The district of the Palace is called Gyeongbokgung as well and it lie in the north of Seoul.The entrance fee is 3000 won and its open from May to August from 9 a.m to 6 p.m and in the other month the Palace is closing earlier and is open everyday. The Palace is really big and you can stay there the whole day and take some good picture and try tradition clothes of the Joseon-Dynastie.

We were lucky too, the performed the new year fest there and played traditional music. The perform it every second weekend in May. I show you some picture that you can have an idea of the place it self

The other place what we visited was the Seoul National Cemetery and is located in Dongjak-dong. It was built in 1956 to remember the Koreans, which felt in the Korean War.

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