Deoksugung (en hangul, 덕수궁; en hanja, 德壽宮; McCune-Reischauer, Tŏksukung) es un palacio localizado en Seúl que fue habitado por varios miembros de la realeza coreana hasta la ocupación japonesa de Corea de principios de siglo XX. Los edificios pertenecientes al complejo varían en su construcción, siendo algunos de madera de sugi sin tratar, otros de madera pintada y otros de estuco. Algunos de ellos también fueron construidos al estilo occidental.
Victoria Caudle | dic. 24, 2017
This is one if the smaller palaces, but probably the most interesting and good for tourists short on time. It has ancient Korean style buildings and a historically interesting western style palace as well. The best part is the inclusion of a modern art museum which holds special exhibitions of Korean art.
Claudio Pucci | ene. 11, 2018
The whole area is amazing. I recommend to take a guide (or the audio-guide, at least) or will be almost impossible to understand what the various buildings are. If you plan to see the change of the guard, wait for warm months. During winter they may not do it.
Stella's Space | ene. 15, 2018
A place where you can feel traditonal Korean palace. Though its located at the middle of Seoul, once you go in there you can feel the quiet and peaceful atmosphere. National Museum of Art is also located here so it would be great to visit the museum also.
Zdeněk Křivka | ene. 24, 2018
Loved it! Also, I was fortunate enough to spectate ceremony of some kind, which was super fancy and exciting. At the end, the guards gave everyone an opportunity to take a photo with them. That was very cool.
Lara Gillan | feb. 2, 2018
Beautiful Palace. If you visit here I recommend you visit the observatory cafe at City Hall, Seomsan Building. The view is spectacular.
Charlotte Lee | abr. 1, 2018
Can see the influence of the western culture in some of their building. Not a big place so can finished the whole place in less than an hour if you really take your time to walk around and takes pictures. Lots of trees and I believe it will be fantastic view when all the cherry blossom bloom at the same time.
Melissa Sutanto | abr. 4, 2018
Quiet palace, so peaceful and relaxing. There is korean traditional games, and beautiful trees throughout the seasons. Love it here.
sandra samonte | mar. 29, 2018
You may spend 2-3hours just exploring the place. 1000 won fee is worth it. Not as crowded as changdeokgung palace
Estelle Matson | abr. 5, 2018
Very beautiful. Prices were decent, and it was fascinating to immerse ourselves into the ancient history of Korean emperors and royalty.
Melati Slaats | may. 25, 2018
It was nice to see and worth a visit. The modern art museum is also worth visiting. It is in one of the buildings and now used as museum. If the weather is good it is nice to sit and walk around.
Mark Northcott | may. 7, 2018
I very nice layout but just another palace and not the best. Cool if you have the 5 palace/Shrine pass but make sure you see all. I went on a day when there wasn't a guard change. Fortunately I saw. It elsewhere.
Catherine Escobido | may. 21, 2018
Nice stroll on a spring afternoon. There is a fountain to refill your water bottles. There is also a small cafe for a quick bite. This walled palace's architecture is beautiful.
Kaycey Ella | abr. 18, 2018
Beautiful palace. Very helpful volunteer called Francis showed us around it on my Korea trip of 2015. I hope she's still there and being appreciated. She was very knowledgeable.
Firman Tahar | abr. 24, 2018
I probably like this palace better than the main palace. It's small and so serene. The changing of the guard ceremony is an interesting sight so pay attention to the schedule
Dio Kuncoro | jun. 7, 2018
Interesting historical place to be visited in Seoul. Located in the heart of Seoul, you will find a little serenity in crowd. You can look back and learn from the shades of Korean past life. What makes this place unique is you can find the contrary view between Korean-style building opposite to European one. But there is no prayer room provided here. So it's less visitor friendly, especially for Muslims.
Lucy Ting | jun. 12, 2018
Please make sure you join the hourly tour. Each one only allows up to 5 foreigners. It was a good place to get to know the Korean traditional culture!
Karin | jul. 29, 2018
One of Seoul"s grand palaces. Quite interesting to observe the changing of the guards ceremony. Walked the stone-wall road and enjoyed a very unique atmosphere
아비Abigaela | jul. 16, 2018
If you want to visit Deoksugung or the other palace I highly recommend you to visit it with a free guide. It's a really nice experience and you learn a lot about the life of kings and queens who lived there.
Hyunjun Lee | jul. 16, 2018
You can both enjoy korean traditional royal architecture as well as modern ones which are built just before few decades ago(the art gallery is the work of a japanese architect). Art gallery here also provides quite nice exhibitions, so you may check for the information from the website, for your further joy.
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