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Paju Jangneung Royal Tomb [UNESCO World Heritage] (파주 장릉(인조, 인열왕후) [유네스코 세계문화유산])

  • Paju Jangneung Royal Tomb [UNESCO World Heritage] (파주 장릉(인조, 인열왕후) [유네스코 세계문화유산])
90, Jangneung-ro, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
경기도 파주시 탄현면 장릉로 90 (탄현면)
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    Located in Paju, Jangneung is the tomb of King Injo (1595-1649, reign 1623-1649), the 16th ruler of the Joseon dynasty, and Queen Illyeol.

    King Injo took the throne in 1623 after having overthrown the previous king, Gwanghaegun, in a military revolt. During his reign, King Injo faced challenges from two foreign invasions in 1627 and 1637. He died in 1649 in Changdeokgung Palace.

    Current Status
    [Jangneung Royal Tomb] Historic Site No. 203 (designated on May 26, 1970)


    40 min

    Operating Hours
    Feb-May & Sept-Nov 09:00-18:00
    Jun-Aug 09:00-18:30
    Nov-Jan 09:00-17:30 * Last admission one hour before closing

    Parking Facilities

    Admission Fees
    [International visitors]
    Adults (ages 19-64): Individual 1,000 won / Group (10 people or more): 800 won
    Children (ages 7-19): Individual 500 won / Group (10 people or more): 400 won

    * Following people can enter free of charge, only accountable with appropriate ID presented.
    - Students under age 24 (Korean citizens only)
    - People with disabilities
    - Infants (age 6 & under) and seniors (age 65 & over)
    - Teachers and/or guides on an educational purpose
    - Culture day (last Wednesday of the month)

    Not permitted

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