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This is called the Jeonggwanheon, which can be traslated a sthe "palce from which to watch the garden silently". It wa sbuilt in 1900, and wa the fist example of European architecture ever vuilt in a royal palace. The Emperor Gojong liked to rest here, drinking tea, listening to music, and even having a party. During the Japanese occupation, it was used as a cafeteria and inevitably lost its original features.