Gyeongbok Palace is No.117 historical site in Korea. It was built by the establishment of the Joseon Dynasty in 1359, and was used as a Royal palace in the early days. However, it remained a ruin for a long time after being burned down during the Japanese invasion, and it was rebuilt in the late Joseon period and used as a palace for a while. When visit Gyeongbok palace, you can watch Royal guard (Sumunjang) shift ceremony, or try eat the food that the King of the Joseon Dynasty was ate at the time, and become a person of the Joseon Dynasty era by wearing Korean traditional costumes, and try walking in the palace and take pictures.
РУССКИЙ : (Дом №902 9-й этаж) 11, Geomdan-ro 769 Beon-gil, Seo-gu Incheon Korea.
English : (No.902 9th Floor) 11, Geomdan-ro 769 Beon-gil, Seo-gu Incheon Korea.
Korean : 인천광역시 서구 검단로 769번길 11, (9층 902호).