Chōsen Shrine

Seoul, South Korea

Chōsen Shrine

Chōsen Shrine (Korean: 조선신궁, Hanja: 朝鮮神宮; Japanese Hepburn: Chōsen Jingū) was the most important Shinto shrine in Korea from 1925 to 1945, during the period of Japanese rule. The famous architect and architectural historian Itō Chūta, also responsible for Meiji Jingū, contributed to its planning.


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