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Gyeonghuigung Palace

Gyeonghuigung Palace

Gyeonghuigung Palace is one of five grand palaces built during
the Joseon Dynasty. This palace served as a secondary royal villa
for the king. For over 200 years, ten kings resided at this
location. Situated on the west side of Seoul, it was also called
Seogwol, literally meaning "a palace of the west." Construction
began in 1617 during the 9th ruling year of King Gwanghaegun
of Joseon, who reigned from 1608 to 1623. Before 1760, the palace
was known as Gyeongdeokgung or Seogwol, meaning palace in
the west. In 1760, the palace was renamed to Gyeonghuigung.

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ADDRESS 55, Saemunan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul