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Gyeongbokgung Palace

Written by : Curious Travelers

One of the things that each intrested person in Korean culture should do in Korea is trying Hanbok in Gyeongbokgung Palace which was the main and the largest of the five royal palaces of the Joseon dynasty. Built-in 1395, located in northern Seoul, South Korea.

Foremost, we reserve a time in the Haewadal Hanbok shop two days earlier. Because of holidays most of the hanbok shops are reserved. So, it will be better to check it in advance.

Price list There is the information of Haewadal Hanbok Shop: Address: 3rd Floor, 20, Jahamun-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul (Metro: Gyeongbokgung Palace St. Exit 3) Phone: 02-733-7188 / 010-2081-7178 Website: Instagram: * if you go there with a group of people they might give you a discount too.

We almost spent 1 hour to choose and try on Hanbok and also for Hairstyle. depend on the type of Hanboks, Hairstyle, and Accessories, the prices will be different.

The shop was near the palace, so we could easily walk to the palace after wearing our Hanboks. If you are in Hanbok, so the entry will be free for you. Otherwise, the Admission fee is: Age 19~643,000 won / 2.400 won ( group, 10 or more ) Age 7~181,500 won / 1,200 won ( group, 10 or more ) * Free: Children(Ages 6 and under), Ages 65 and above Gyeongbokgung Palace also provides Tour in foreign languages for free as listed below: English: 11:00, 13:30, 15:30 Japanese: 10:00, 14:30 Chinese: 10:30, 15:00 Indonesian: 15:30 (every Fri. Sat.) Vietnamese: 10:30 (every Fri. Sat.)

Gyeongbokgung Palace Information: Address: 161. Sajik-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, 03045, Republic of Korea (MAP) Phone: 82-2-3700-3900 Website: Instagram: In the palace, I could feel a different atmosphere and culture. Many foreigners and Koreans were wearing Hanbok. so Icould feel that I am in the Joseon dynasty. The palace itself, the beautiful trees, and the architecture were breathtaking. And the night scenery was indescribable. the weather was quite cold so it would be better to take a jacket with you to wear on your Hanbok.

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