Seoul Day 6: Seoul Metro Art Center


We returned to Gyeongbokgung Palace to spend more time to explore it.

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We found out that there is a subway station that stops right at the Gyeongbokgung Palace.

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We walked through a metro art center which leads to the palace.

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The art center is decorated with a wall of children art.

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A closer look at the art pieces.

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A carved wall which depicts ancient warriors on horses.

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A place to rest your tired feet.

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Some sort of an ancient sundial on display.

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