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[Korea] 2013 Changdeokgung Moonlight Tour Starts April

Photo Credit: Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation (left)

* Course: Donhwamun Gate (main gate, meeting place) -> Geumcheongyo Bridge -> Injeongjeon Hall -> Nakseonjae House -> Hamyangmun Gate -> Buyongji Pond -> Yeongyeongdang Hall

The Changdeokgung Moonlight Tour resumes April this year.

This tour is a special opportunity for visitors to enjoy the beauty of the treasured Changdeokgung Palace by strolling around the palace under the glow of the full moon while enjoying traditional performances with tasting traditional treats. Changdeokgung Palace is a UNESCO site and a palace loved the most by kings of the Joseon Dynasty.

A total of 10 tour schedules will be available this year from April to May and August to October. Reservations can be made through via e-mail starting March 12, 2013 (August to October tour reservations start in August). The tour costs 30,000won per person and is limited to the first 100 people who sign up.

More info

< 2013 Changdeokgung Moonlight Tour >
Venue: Changdeokgung Palace, Jongno-gu Seoul-si
Course: Donhwamun(main gate) – Jinseonmun Gate – Injeongjeon Hall – Nakseonjae House – Buyongji Pond – Bullomun Gate - Yeongyeongdang Hall – Forest trail of the Secret Garden

Time(s):
April 25, 26 20:00-22:00 Reservation starts from March 12
May 22, 23 20:00-22:00
August 23, 24 20:00-22:00
Reservation starts from early August
September 22, 23 20:00-22:00
October 16, 17 19:00-21:00
Price: 30,000won
Number of people per tour: 100 people (first come, first served basis)
Application: E-mail reservations to palacemoonlight@gmail.com (English, Japanese)
* Include your full name, nationality, desired date of tour, two contact numbers in Korea.
※ 1 person can reserve up to 4 tickets maximum
Homepage: www.cdg.go.kr (Korean, English)
Inquiries: +82-2-2270-1237 (English)/ +82-2-2270-1238 (Japanese)
1330 Korea Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Courtesy of Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation

Date
03/13/2013
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