[Living Tradition] Fit for a king

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[Living Tradition] Fit for a king


The newly refurbished permanent exhibitions on the first basement floor of the National Palace Museum in central Seoul opened to the public on Feb. 28, allowing visitors to witness royal court rituals, music, paintings and many more. Above are important royal paintings of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). [NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM OF KOREA]

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