[Living Tradition] A quiet reading spot

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[Living Tradition] A quiet reading spot


Jipokjae, a royal library inside Gyeongbok Palace, central Seoul, will be open to the public for seven months beginning in April, allowing visitors to enjoy reading in the small space full of books like the scholars of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) did. The Gyeonghoeru Pavilion will also be open during this period. [CULTURAL HERITAGE ADMINISTRATION]

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