Have you ever seen a Korean palace on a dark night?
If you visited the palace during the day, why don’t you visit the palace at night?
If you want to experience something special, wear a Korean traditional dress and take a walk in the palace under the moonlight.
Do you remember Bogum Park and Yujeong Kim from the Korean drama ‘Love in the Moonlight ’?
You will get a chance to feel like a main character of a Korean drama under the moonlight of the palace.
image by Kbs ” 구르미 그린 달빛”
Gyeongbok Palace is one of the five palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty (1392 ~ 1910), which was first built,
and served as the center of the Joseon Dynasty. In particular, it is a building built in the Kunjongjeon, which symbolize the Joseon Dynasty,
or the Pond around, and it can be photographed with the best night view from Gyeonghoeru, a place for banquet when there is a national tilt.
In addition, Changdeok Palace is a palace representing the unique palace architecture and gardening of the Joseon Dynasty and boasts
a magnificent landscape that is selected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
But you can’t visit the palace at any night time.
In 2018, there are now only two opportunities.
2018. 9. 16. ~ 9. 29. & 10. 21. ~ 11. 3 It is possible to open nightly from 19:00 to 21:30(Entrance closing time 20:30).
Tickets can be purchased at the ticket office for up to 4 tickets per person, they only sell 500 tickets per day.
(Gyeongbok Palace – closed on Tuesdays / Changdeok Palace – closed on Mondays)
Those who want to make the experience of Korean traditional dress which can’t be missed in Korea trip more special, it is good to use this period.
Hanboknam branch is the best place for people who want to go to Gyeongbok Palace or Changdeok Palace to Hanbok rental.
Hanboknam has extended the time during this period, so if you want to wear special Korean traditional dress and leave special memories, please visit Hanboknam.