Sunday, April 21, 2013

한국: Day 4 Part 3

Let's take a stroll along the palace. Gyeongbokgyung Palace.
This is already the inner part of it. It's called Hyangwonjeong Pavilion in which is a two-story hexagonal pavilion built around 1873. The bridge that connects Hyangwonjeong and the palace grounds is called Chwihyanggyo Bridge.

Oh Ahjussi is so damn stylish haha

Then, here comes Geoncheonggung. You may think that the King had resided in the main palace but this was the place he resided with his queen, Empress Myeongseong.

That's us haha

And this, is Jibokjae(Hall of collecting Jades) and Vicinity. These buildings were used as library and reception halls to receive foreign envoys. Parujeong is an octagonal 2 story pavillion. These buildings have exotic looks as they have Chinese characteristics and are connected by interior corridors.


tIcKLeMe said...

waahhhh i like the architecture of the buildings worrrr... teman me pergi korea can? :D

Panda said...

SP, of course can!!! hahahhaa