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Injeongjeon is the throne hall of Changdeokgung. Major state affairs, including the coronation of a new king and reception of foreign envoys, took place here. Ceremonies were held in the courtyard; to the rear, a terraced garden rose up toward Maebong Peak. From the outside, Injeongjeon appears to have two stories, but inside it is a single space with a high, beautifully adorned ceiling. The f loor of the hall was originally covered with blocks of baked clay, but today it is covered with wooden f loorboards. Along with the lighting, curtains, and glass windows, the f loor was modified to a Western style in 1908. The colonnaded structure forming the outer courtyard was used for storage and as guard posts.