History of Korea. Palace of Joseon, Part 4
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∙ 2021-10-01
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People don't know, but in fact about 93 percent of the total palace in Japanese colonial era has been damaged, and only 7 percent of the total remains. Changgyeonggung Palace and Changdeokgung Palace were maintained as proper nouns, but most palaces were originally connected as one, but were destroyed in a large scale. Many famous royal palaces as well as the residence of the palace were destroyed. Gyeongbokgung Palace suffered the disgrace of 4,000 buildings being demolished, and Changdeokgung Palace was damaged by the Japanese colonial rule. Changgyeonggung Palace was restored to Changgyeongwon was relocated to Changgyeongwon. Changgyeonggung Palace and Jongmyo Shrine were originally connected, but the road was constructed and people who knew the circumstances bought long bullets.
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