Next time you’re visiting Seoul, Korea, tour the Changdeokgung Palace Secret Garden.
Once the living quarters of the royal family, the palace itself was built in the 15th century, and sprawls across 110 acres. The famed Changdeokgung Palace Secret Garden is one of the palace’s primary attractions; when built, it was a royal retreat, inaccessible to commoners. It is now open to the general public.
The garden is a quiet, lush place, and many of its plants are hundreds of years old. You can sit by the pond and marvel at its beauty, or continue your Changdeokgung Palace sightseeing and view the rest of the royal villa and its ornate decoration.
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