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Korean splendours of a bygone era

MARGARET TURTON, The West Australian
September 7, 2011, 6:38 pm

Nothing sends the turnstiles spinning like a royal palace.

South Korea’s capital, Seoul has five, all of them splendid, but one stands out – Changdeok Palace, preferred home to a long list of Joseon rulers, including the last of the line, King Sunjong.

Stripped of power when Korea was forcibly annexed by Japan in 1910, the last king saw out his days in Nakseon-jae, a compound within the palace grounds, where he lived with his queen, their son the crown prince, and his wife the crown princess.

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Category: Changdeok Palace