National Palace Museum of Korea
For a complete picture of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), head straight to the National Palace Museum of Korea. It presents the symbols, artefacts and rituals of this monarchy impregnated with Confucianism, through displays that range from the refined life of the court, palace architecture and furniture, protocols relating to the education of royal princes and the culture of its scholars to royal palanquins and superb court portraits.
Address:Sajikno, Jongno-gu 34 Séoul
Price:free of charge
9am-6pm, weekends and Bank Hols 9am-7pm - closed Mon - Guided tour available 11am and 2.30pm in English