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Sunday, March 30, 2008 | Deoksu Palace | 0 comment(s)

This is a symbolical object that mirrors the image of a bad spirit. (taught by mr. choi) I got another applause from my korean companions for explaining the meaning of this object..^^ Gyeongbokgung has this symbolic object too..

Chukcho-dang Halls
Chunghwa-jeon Hall
It stands on a broad, two-tiered stone terrace. In front is a courtyard paved in stone with stone markers that indicate the positions where officials would stand during royal ceremonies.

The throne is between the two center-rear pillars. Inside the hall, behind the throne, is a folding screen with a picture of the sun and moon and five peaks, one of the most famous scenes in Korea. A splendid wooden canopy rises above the throne. The roof is hipped and gabled, the most ornate style of Choson period.

Sunday, March 30, 2008, 3:45:34 PM
Deoksugung (Palace of Virtuous Longevity)

Located in downtown Seoul across the street from City Hall. It is the smallest of Seoul's palaces.

The truth is... i feel so cold here ^^ and imagine that im wearing a high heeled shoes..but i feel more comfortable with that than running shoes..love it

There's one picture there na illegal kasi pumitas kami ng flower na pink and i think it would be nice lang na ilagay sa tenga so ayan..actually, im nervous to do it outside my own country..but since no one is around us..kaya we decided na pitasin haha..^^


i ranted @ 11:05 PM