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Injeongjeon Hall (National Treasure No. 225)Injeongjeon is the main hall of Changdeokgung. Rebuilt in 1804, the present structure shows the architectural beauty of the end of Joseon Dynasty.The throne roomIn where, king sat on the throne who was honored by civil and military officials and recieved foreign envoys.Usually, the Pyeonjeon, where the king worked at his convenience, belonged to the outer buildings of the palace, but it neighboured the king's sleeping quarters. The Seonjeongjeon is the Pyeonjeon with 9 kan, which is a one-story building. One can feel a sense of comfortable and stability here. In particular, the high footstones for gutter, and the blue glazed roof tiles are the attractions here. The four-leaf doors with paper replaced by pane made the inside more bright.In the center of the building, the king sat on his throne in from of the screen with the sun, the moon, and five mountains in, and then his subjects were permitted to take their seats on both sides. A scribe also sat in a corner, recording what they were discussing.

(blue) Injeongjeon Hall Throne Room

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Injeongjeon Hall (National Treasure No. 225)Injeongjeon is the main hall of Changdeokgung. Rebuilt in 1804, the present structure shows the architectural beauty of the end of Joseon Dynasty.The throne roomIn where, king sat on the throne who was honored by civil and military officials and recieved foreign envoys.Usually, the Pyeonjeon, where the king worked at his convenience, belonged to the outer buildings of the palace, but it neighboured the king's sleeping quarters. The Seonjeongjeon is the Pyeonjeon with 9 kan, which is a one-story building. One can feel a sense of comfortable and stability here. In particular, the high footstones for gutter, and the blue glazed roof tiles are the attractions here. The four-leaf doors with paper replaced by pane made the inside more bright.In the center of the building, the king sat on his throne in from of the screen with the sun, the moon, and five mountains in, and then his subjects were permitted to take their seats on both sides. A scribe also sat in a corner, recording what they were discussing.
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