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Hyangomun Gate, built into the corridor behind Sajeongjeon Hall, leads to the living quarters. gyeongbokgung Palace has separate bedchambers for the king and the queen. Gangnyeongjeon Hall is the king's living quarters and Gyotaejeon Hall, entered through Yanguimun Gate behind the king's quarters, is for the queen. The king and the queen carried on their routine affairs in the living quarters. They threw occasional parties for their relatives as well. It does not mean that state affairs were not handled here. The king sometimes called his court officials to his living quarters to discuss national affairs. 
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not bad.but more interesting with the music
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I think it would be better with music
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Monica Kling1 yr ago
I could see the great gap between the rich and the poor
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koor1 yr ago
厉害呦
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