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Notes on the Geography of South Korea: Three Districts in Central Seoul: Photo 55

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We're circled back to the Twin Tree towers, here seen as a backdrop to the East Corner Pavilion, Tongshipja-gak, which used to be literally the corner pavilion of the palace fronting the Gwanghwamun Plaza. The Japanese decided to shrink the palace grounds, which meant moving its wall and leaving the pavilion an island, now wrapped in busy streets.

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