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Notes on the Geography of South Korea: Royal Precincts: Photo 17

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Off to one side: Kyonghwe-ru, a banquet hall and more, because each of the 48 columns is marked with the name of one of the 24 Korean seasons, arranged in calendrical order. The structure was rebuilt in 1867, and the columns are simplified replacements.

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