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[Korea] Changdeokgung Moonlight Tour tickets to go on sale Aug 12!

  • Date08/06/2014
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Ticket sales for the second half of the 2014 Moonlight Tour at Changdeokgung Palace will begin August 12 at 2 p.m.

This tour is a special opportunity for visitors to enjoy the beauty of Changdeokgung Palace and Huwon by strolling around the palace under the glow of the full moon while enjoying traditional performances and treats. Changdeokgung Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was the most beloved palace by kings of the Joseon Dynasty.

The tour takes about two hours to complete and admission is 30,000 won per person. Tickets are available online for the first 100 people. As tickets will sell out quickly for days when both Koreans and foreigners can visit the palace, special dates are reserved for international visitors only.

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<2014 Moonlight Tour at Changdeokgung Palace>

☞ Venue: Changdeokgung Palace and Huwon in Jongno-gu, Seoul
☞ Ticket Sales Start Date: August 12, 2014 (14:00) (time is subject to change)
☞ Route: Donhwamun Gate – Jinseonmun Gate – Injeongjeon Hall –
    Nakseonjae House (moonlight viewpoint) – Buyongji Pond (moonlight viewpoint) –
    Bullomun Gate –Yeongyeongdang Hall (traditional performances and Korean tea and
    dessert sampling - 30 min.) - Secret Garden Forest Trail (Huwon)
☞ Schedule:
    (Below is a list of dates for international visitors only. The other dates allowing both
    Korean and international visitors can be accessed through the Korean link to Interpark.)







7th, 8th






☞ Capacity: 100 people per tour
☞ Fee: 30,000 won
☞ Reservation: (Korean) (English) (Japanese) (Chinese)
    ※ The pages will be active starting August 12, 2014 (14:00)
    ※ Maximum 2 tickets per ID
☞ Website:
    Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation (Korean only)
    Changdeokgung Palace (Korean, English)
☞ Inquiries: +82-2-2270-1233, +82-2-2770-1238 (Korean, English)
☞ 1330 Korea Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

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Moonlight Tour at Changdeokgung Palace

Courtesy of Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation