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A 1911 photograph of Crown Prince Yeongchin, sixth from left, taken in the center hall of Seokjojeon shows the Western-style interior of the structure. Right: Seokjojeon in Deoksu Palace, central Seoul, has been altered numerous times since its construction in 1910 as it has been used as a museum. The five-year restoration has helped the structure find its original form inside and out. See story on page 10. Provided by the Cultural Heritage Administration

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