The National Palace Museum has a splendid historical artifacts of Joseon dynasty. There are about 900 relics and artifacts in this museum. Here are a few of the displays.
The throne chair; does not look comfortable.
Royal robe for the king which is decorated with dragons.
Royal robe for the queen which is decorated with phoenixes.
Pendants hung on a coat or a skirt.
An ancient blueprint of the Gyeongbokgung Palace.
The above plaque is simply in Chinese.
A display of Korean cuisine.
This looks like hotpot.
A variety of banchans and small dishes.
This is a simpler meal setting.
Just rice and broth.
Replica of stone chamber for the placenta jar of King Myeongjong (r.1545-1567) in the scale of 3/4.
The royal automobile of Emperor Sunjong; special order from General Motors (U.S).
Palanquin of the King Joseon.
The Royal Court Music was refined from the Confucian concept and intended to achieve harmony of the human heart.