South Korea’s Royal Palaces and Tombs Reopened on July 22

​As the spread of the Corona 19 virus in the Korean metropolitan area began to be managed again, facilities that had been temporarily closed opened again on July 22.

In particular, historical facilities such as royal palaces and tombs were opened.

Followings are the places opened to the public from July 22.

– Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, Changgyeonggung Palace

– Royal Tombs

– Jongmyo Shrine

– National Palace Museum of Korea

All visitors must wear masks.

These facilities have been reopened, but they can be closed once the corona 19 virus is back on track.


Refer : Cultural Heritage Administration

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