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[Living Tradition] Royal beauty


Deoksu Palace in central Seoul will temporarily open up some of its halls that have been closed to the public from this Friday until April 5 so that visitors can check out the apricot blossoms on the grounds from the second floor of Seokeodang, which boasts some of the best views of the palace grounds. [CULTURAL HERITAGE ADMINISTRATION]

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