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Korean Traditional Shoes
spring Spring has come along with Japanese apricot flowers at Jangseong, Cheollanamdo Province.
Gyeongbonkgung Palace 600-year History in Fog, Today, Seoul Built in 1395, three years later after the foundation of the Joseon Dynasty, Gyeongbokgung (慶福宮) is also commonly referred to as the Northern Palace because its location is furthest north when compared to the neighboring palaces of Changdeokgung (Eastern Palace) and Gyeonghuigung (Western Palace) Palace. The premises were once destroyed by fire during the (J..
Gwanghwamun or Main Gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace Founded in 1395 by the first king of the Joseon Dynasty, Gwanghwamun is the main gate of Gyeongbukgung Palace. Roughly meaning “may the light of enlightenment blanket the world,” the name symbolizes the resounding dedication that the people of the Joseon Dynasty had in creating a new dynasty. Constructed solely out of granite, its center is an entrance that resembles a rainbow, called Hongyemun ..
旧因州池田屋敷表門(黒門) or Gate of the Inshu-Ikeda Residence 重要文化財この門は、もと因州池田家江戸屋敷の表門で丸の内大名小路(現丸の内3丁目)に建てられていたが、明治25年、芝高輪台町の常宮御殿の表門として移建された。のちに東宮御所として使用され、さらに高松宮家に引き継がれる。表門は昭和29年3月、さらにここに移建して修理を加えたものである。創建年代は明らかでないが、形式と手法からみて、江戸時代末期のものである。屋根は入母屋造、門の左右に向唐破風造の番所を備えており、大名屋敷表門として最も格式が高い。昭和26年9月、重要文化財に指定。 Important Cultural PropertyGate of the Inshu-Ikeda ResidenceKnown as "Kuromon (Black Gate)" This was the gate to the Edo (Tokyo) residence of the Ikeda famil..
Gyeongju and Silla Three-storied Stone Stupa and Tombs at Seo-ak-dong Area, Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbukdo ProvinceThe Budhist stupa is believed erected during the Unified Silla dynasty period (668~935 A. D.), the tombs had been established since the 6th century for the ruling class of the Silla Kingdom. 慶州西岳洞三層石與西岳洞古墳群 / 경주 서악동삼층석탑과 서악동고분군
Bulguksa Temple Bulguksa Temple, Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbukdo Province, Korea 慶州佛國寺 / 경주 불국사 Inscribed on the World Heritage list along with Seokguram Grotto in 1995
Seochulji Pond Seochulji Pond and Iyojeong pavilion, Gyeongju慶州書出池與二樂堂경주 서출지와 이요당