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A gugak concert takes place next to Sojubang, the kitchen of the royal palace. A night tour, the Starlight tour in Gyeongbukgung, will take place from 1-7 September. Program visitors can enjoy court cuisine, traditional gugak music and moonlit walk through the Gyeongbukgung palace area, night tour takes place on the 1/9.
Tours allow visitors to taste some royal dishes, appreciate some traditional gugak music and enjoy the autumn-night atmosphere as they stroll around the palace area. Tourists will begin their tour with some royal cuisine at Sojubang, the court kitchen in Gyeongbukgung where they can enjoy a prepared meal of 12 dishes on a plate of bronze, like that of King and Queen Joseon (1392 - 1910) are used for lunch.
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of former student enjoying the autumn of Gyeongbukgung always make you feel impressed. A traditional gukgak music performance will be held at Sojubang, which makes the mood more fun while eating. Those who participate in Gyeongbukgung palace evening tours enjoy a royal meal. Guests will enjoy a tranquil and peaceful palace in the evening under the moonlight and stars. Guests can also visit the garden north of the palace. The tours include: Hyangwonjeong tent and Jibokjae hall. After visiting, visitors can go to Hyangwonjeong tent and enjoy a unique evening at the palace viewed from the largest tent floor. A Daegeum concert, a big star, will add to the glamor of the palace at night. Gyeonghoeru tents are especially beautiful at night. The Cultural Heritage Department expects the new tours to become iconic evening palace tours.
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