Structural evidence of days gone by
The 19th and 20th editions also introduced two of Korea’s royal palaces - Gyeongbok and Changgyeong. Both look quite different today from the way they appear in the photos. Particularly interesting are the structures that have vanished with time - the east watchtower connected to the palace walls in Gyeongbok Palace and the large zoo that once housed giraffes and elephants in Changgyeong Palace.
*The series is more than half over and there is much more to explore, but before we do we take a look back at the previous editions.
By Kim Hyung-eun [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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