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Interior of Gangnyeongjeon at Gyeongbokgung

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Gangnyeongjeon (강녕전), also called Gangnyeongjeon Hall, is a building used as the king's main sleeping and living qu<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/gangnyeongjeon-interior-gyeongbokgung-palace-seoul">...(more)</a>

Interior of Gyotaejeon at Gyeongbokgung

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Gyotaejeon (Hangul: 교태전; Hanja: 交泰殿), also called Gyotaejeon Hall, is a building used as the main sleeping and living q<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/gyotaejeon-interior-gyeongbokgung-palace-seoul">...(more)</a>

Jibokjae at Gyeongbokgung

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Jibokjae (Hangul: 집옥재; Hanja: 集玉齋), located next to Geoncheonggung Residence, is a two-story private library used by King Gojong. <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/jibokjae-gyeongbokgung-palace-seoul">...(more)</a>

Muninseok statues at the National Folk Museum of Korea

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Stone statues of Civil officials, known as Muninseok (문인석), on display in the grounds of the National Folk Museu<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/muninseok-statues-national-folk-museum-of-korea-seoul">...(more)</a>

Seoul from rock partway up Buramsan

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Looking out from a large granite rock part way up Buramsan (불암산), in Sanggye-dong, Nowon-gu, Seoul, South Korea. In the distance t<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/seoul-from-rock-partway-up-buramsan">...(more)</a>

Minor peak of Buramsan

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

View from a minor peak on the western side of Buramsan (불암산), in Sanggye-dong, Nowon-gu, Seoul, South Korea. Part of Seoul's urban sprawl can be seen down below, while on the peak pine trees grow out of the granite rock.

Hotel Biz Myeong Dong And Closed Print Shops, Seoul

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

The view down one of the side streets near Euljiro 3(sam)-ga (을지로3가).Most premises on this street are occupied by p<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/hotel-biz-myeong-dong-and-closed-print-shops-seoul">...(more)</a>

Toegyero Intersection, Seoul

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

The Toegyero intersection (퇴계로2가교차로) bridge, in Juja-dong (주자동), Jung-gu (중구), Seoul (서울), South Korea. Across the road to the north can b<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/toegyero-intersection-seoul">...(more)</a>

Plaza outside the N Seoul Tower

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

The paved area outside the N Seoul Tower (엔 서울타워) at the top of Mount Namsan (남산) in Seoul (서울). From here you can also see a Palgak-jeong (팔각정), <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/n-seoul-tower-plaza">...(more)</a>

Huijeongdang front porch at Changdeokgung palace

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Panorama outside the front gate of Huijeongdang, in Changdeokgung palace, Seoul, South Korea. Huijeongdang was originall<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/huijeongdang-front-porch-changdeokgung-palace">...(more)</a>

Ongnyucheon stream at Changdeokgung palace

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Ongnyucheon stream (Hangeul: 옥류천; Hanja: 玉流川), Taegeukjeong, and Cheonguijeong, in the rear garden of Changdeokgung palace, Se<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/ongnyucheon-stream-changdeokgung-palace">...(more)</a>

Unhanmun and Bongmodang at Changdeokgung palace

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Unhanmun and Bongmodang, in Changdeokgung palace, Seoul, South Korea.Although most government buildings were loc<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/unhanmun-bongmodang-gwolnaegaksa-changdeokgung-palace">...(more)</a>

Bridge over Geumcheon at Changdeokgung palace

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

The north bridge over Geumcheon stream, which separates the east and west sections of Gwolnaegaksa, in Changde<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bridge-over-geumcheon-gwolnaegaksa-changdeokgung-palace">...(more)</a>

Nakseonjae complex at Changdeokgung palace

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Panorama in the south-west corner of the Nakseonjae complex of Changdeokgung palace, in Seoul, South Korea. Nakseonjae was ori<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/nakseonjae-complex-changdeokgung-palace">...(more)</a>

Namba Yasaka Shrine, Osaka

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Namba Yasaka Shrine (難波八阪神社 Namba Yasaka Jinja), in Osaka city, Japan. The shrine was once quite large, having the seven standard buildings <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/namba-yasaka-shrine-osaka">...(more)</a>

Oe Shrine, Osaka

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Oe Shrine (大江神社 Ōe Jinja) in Osaka city, Japan. It is one of the seven shrines said to be established by Prince Shotoku to guard Shitenno temple. The <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/oe-shrine-osaka">...(more)</a>

Gangnyeongjeon compound of Gyeongbokgung

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Looking into Gangnyeongjeon compound from a side gate, the large building in the center is Gangnyeongjeon Hall (강녕전<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/gangnyeongjeon-compound-gyeongbokgung-palace-seoul">...(more)</a>

Banpo-ro and Toegyero intersection

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Car lights leave streaks of light hanging in the air as evening traffic moves along Banpo-ro (running north-south) and Toegye<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/banpo-ro-and-toegyero-intersection-seoul">...(more)</a>

Sajeong Gate and Hall at Gyeongbokgung Palace

Published over 2 years ago by Dave Kennard

Sajeongjeon Hall and Sajeongmun Gate are part of the Gyeongbokgung Palace (경복궁) in Seoul (서울), South Korea (한국).Sajeo<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/sajeong-gate-and-hall-gyeongbokgung-palace-seoul">...(more)</a>