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Listening to a grandmother’s tales is probably one of the best ways for children to learn about history and cultural heritage. At an event organized by the Cultural Heritage Administration, preschool children can visit Gyeonghoeru Pavilion or Geunjeongjeon Hall of Gyeongbok Palace and listen to a grandmother tell the story of the royal palace. Children put on royal costumes before participating in the program and also take a tour around the palace after listening to the story. The program takes place once a week on Tuesdays in May and June, and again in September and October. [CULTURAL HERITAGE ADMINISTRATION]

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