Posted by: Matt Kelley | 21 May 2009

Video: Gyeongbok Palace

For DiscoveringKorea’s second video blog, we go to Seoul’s grandest palace, Gyeongbokgung. (Sorry, the sound quality is still a little janky.)

UPDATE 6/4: I’ve uploaded a new version of the video with better sound. 

(A version of this video was uploaded to the KBS World site on May 20, 2009.)

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  1. […] received a major face-lift, the area isn’t new at all. Located at the south gate of Gyeongbok Palace (경복궁), Sejong Boulevard has long been the heart of the 600-year-old city, with the city’s guardian, […]

  2. […] the centerpiece of the Japanese Government General building stands. The building once stood inside Gyeongbokgung Palace as the seat of the Japanese Government in Seoul. As a reminder of the painful and humiliating […]


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