Admission is included with the Integrated Ticket Of Palaces.
Closed on Mondays
Changgyeonggung Palace is a royal residence located in the heart of Seoul that was built for King Taejong. In 1418, King Sejong built a royal residence for his father, King Taejong. It was known as Suganggung. In 1483, King Seongjong built a palace for three dowager queens and renamed it to Changgyeonggung Palace. Along with Changdeokgung, both were together known as Donggwol, or the East Palace. Both shared the rear garden.