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agyeongjeon Hall, located to the east of the living quarters, was built for the Dowager Jo, posthumously given the title of Queen Sinjeong. She was the adoptive mother of young King Gojong. Jagyeongjeon Hall was built when gyeongbokgung Palace was rebuilt by the Daewongun, the ambitious father of King Gojong. The building burned down soon after it was built and the current structure was restored in 1888 (the 25th year of King Gojong). This hall is composed of two rooms with Ondol (heated) floors, Bogandang and Jagyeongjeon Hall and a veranda, Cheongyeonnu, to the southwest. The east side of Cheongyeonnu is connected with another room called Hyeopgyeongdang. To the south of Jagyeongjeon Hall is a low building, with Mansemun Gate in the middle. Mansemun Gate is a four-panel folding door designed to be opened and closed easily by the women
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Staffan Kjellvestad
please add the introduction in english
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Ms. Ruth Hammes
Ms. Ruth Hammes6 mons ago
better with scenic spot introduction
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Ottilie Dickinson DDS
I thought it would be better with some music :-)
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koor
koor7 mons ago
厉害呦
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