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Notes on the Geography of South Korea: Royal Precincts: Photo 36

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The Yongnyong-jon or Annex was built in 1421 but expanded with its side wings in 1608 and again in 1836 to hold 16 chambers and 34 tablets, including four generations preceding Taejo.

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