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Notes on the Geography of South Korea: Royal Precincts: Photo 31

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It's Seok-jo-jeon or Sokcho-jon, the "house made of stone," designed by G.R. Harding, an English architect from Hong Kong. Completed in 1909, it was used as an audience chamber. It must have been slightly disappointing for foreign ambassadors hoping for Oriental exoticism.

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