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A royal stroll


The Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation and the Cultural Heritage Administration re-enact a stroll taken by the king and queen of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) on the final Wednesday of every month as part of the government-led “Culture Day” program. The royal couple and their entourage sport 15th-century fashions and walk around the grounds of Gyeongbok Palace for tourists to see. [NEWSIS]

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