A Heavenly Palace

Gyeongbokgung Palace aka “Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven” aka “Palace Greatly Blessed by Scorching Sun with Few Shadows In Which to Hide”

It is a beautiful place with gorgeously kept grounds but don’t be the jerk who forgets to bring a sunbrella because for that mistake you. will. pay.

Someone who just wasn’t having any of it:

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Credit: Live Life Lah

Credit: Live Life Lah

 

 

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More palace info

 

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ย Vocabulary used in this post
(in the picture titles)

Chima: a type of skirt worn together with jeogori, or a short jacket in hanbok, Korean traditional clothing.

Baesanimsu: A principle literally meaning that the ideal house is “built with a mountain in the back and a river in the front”.

Giwa:ย Tiles.

Geunjeongjeon: Main throne hall.


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