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Deoksugung is one of 5 palaces in Joseon dynasty, and there is a cafe near the entrance where you can enjoy coffee brewed in a way that King Gojong used to have. On the menu, coffee is written in its original Korean name, Yangtangguk. It means a soup/bowl of liquid (tangguk) from the Western world (yang). Have a seat by the window at the cafe on one of the old pieces of furniture, and take a picture of yourself with the garden in the backyard, which can be seen through the window.
Kyuhyung
Kyuhyung
November 7, 2016

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Jin-A
Jin-A
November 3, 2019
Deoksugung Palace should go at night. (Closes at 9 pm) It's so beautiful Please visit once. Wear Hanbok and feel Korean culture.
Nate
Nate
February 7, 2017
To most Korean people today Deoksugung Palace is largely connected with the desperate struggle of the Joseon Dynasty to survive amid the incursions of the major imperial powers at the turn of the 19th century. It was in 1897 that King Gojong proclaimed the launch of the Korean Empire and designated…
Cholhee
Cholhee
December 23, 2019
Royal palace for Chosun dynasty.
Michael
Michael
April 14, 2016
Changing of the guards is pretty cool to see!
Stanley
Stanley
November 21, 2019
There are 6 National Palaces in Seoul. Among them, the most famous palace is Gyeongbokgung Palace. On the other hand, the most beautiful ancient palace is Deoksugung because Deoksugung Palace is located in the middle of the building forest. Deoksugung Palace will provide you with a very interesting…
Emma
Emma
March 25, 2019
To most Korean people today Deoksugung Palace is largely connected with the desperate struggle of the Joseon Dynasty to survive amid the incursions of the major imperial powers at the turn of the 19th century. It was in 1897 that King Gojong proclaimed the launch of the Korean Empire and designated…
Julie
Julie
August 21, 2016
Deoksugung Palace is the royal palace of Joseon dynasty and symbolizes the conquest of national crisis enduring historical difficulties at the times of Daehan Empire and Japanese Invasion of Korea. With Korean style of architecture, western style of architecture and fountains, this royal palace is…
Janet
Janet
September 26, 2018
The guard changing ceremony takes place at 11am.
인배
인배
December 28, 2019
Rent a Hanbok (traditional korean clothes) and get free entry for all Palaces
Jin
Jin
November 26, 2018
beautiful palace surrounded with city museum, cafe, etc.

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Sejong-daero, Seoul 100-120
Telefone+82 2-771-9951
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