Of the five thousand royal residences worked by the Joseon Dyantasy in the fifteenth century around Seoul, Changdeokgung Palace was consistently the favored imperial habitation. It's the place the ruler and regal family experienced their everyday lives. It's not one structure, it's a complex of structures, and each filled with an alternate need. Some are housing, some are libraries, lounge areas, and meeting rooms, among different employments. Make certain to invest some energy in the 78-section of land Huwon, or royal residence garden, situated behind the royal residence. It's loaded up with pathways, green spaces, pagodas, streams, and lakes.
Address: 99 Yulgok-ro, Waryong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Visiting Hours: Tuesday- Sunday:9am–5pm, Monday: Closed
Entry Fees: "Adults (ages 25-64): 3,000 won / Group (over 10 people): 2,400 won Students (ages 24 and under): Free (* Except for foreign visitors)"
Phone: +82 2-762-8261