Korean Patterns

Korean Patterns

The Painting of the Sun, Moon and the Five Peaks. 일월오봉도 This is a painting placed in the back of the king's seat and used in the royal court, symbolizing the existence of king.

The Painting of the Sun, Moon and the Five Peaks. 일월오봉도 This is a painting placed in the back of the king's seat and used in the royal court, symbolizing the existence of king.

Gyeongbokgung Palace, Seoul: The sprawling grounds of Seoul’s most prominent palace, Gyeongbokgung, cover 101 acres (41 hectares) and are dotted with ponds, gardens, courtyards, and a wide range of traditional Korean buildings.

Gyeongbokgung Palace, Seoul: The sprawling grounds of Seoul’s most prominent palace, Gyeongbokgung, cover 101 acres (41 hectares) and are dotted with ponds, gardens, courtyards, and a wide range of traditional Korean buildings.

경복궁, 서울 (Gyeongbokkung, Seoul)

경복궁, 서울 (Gyeongbokkung, Seoul)

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