Wearing Hanbok And Get Free Pass To All Palaces


There are many ways to experience Korean traditions and cultures. Like tasting typical food, visiting the Joseon Dynasty court, and attending various traditional Korean festivals. However, it is incomplete if you have not taken pictures while wearing Hanbok. Seoul’s palaces are : Gyeongbokgung, Changdeokgung, Changgyeonggung, Deoksugung, and Gyeonghuigung. Each palace has its own energy and charms. All five palaces waive admission fees for visitors wearing hanbok. The fee is waived for hanbok wearers even on holidays and on special event days. These days hanbok can be rented for a relatively low price. Many hanbok rental studios available near palaces. Hanbok, … Continue reading Wearing Hanbok And Get Free Pass To All Palaces