Changdeokgung Palace is also known as Donggwol, the Eastern Palace, because of its location to the east of Gyeongbokgung Palace.
Deoksugung Palace is unique among Korean palaces in having a modern seal engraving and a western style garden and fountain.
A Buddhist temple found in 1911 by Yongseong Seunim (1864~1940).
The only temple in Seoul which serves 'Suryukje'.
Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2009.
Seoul Train Station served as the gateway into Seoul for 80 years.
A historic site comprising a range of monuments and buildings.
Where men who made contributions to their country are laid to rest.
Unhyeongung Palace was formerly a private residence of Prince Regent Heungseon.