Jeonggwanheon Pavilion

Mix Of Korean And Western Style
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Jeonggwanheon Pavilion was often used for banquets for visitors at Deoksugung Palace

Jeonggwanheon Pavilion was often used for banquets for visitors

Located on the hill of the rear garden is Jeonggwanheon Pavilion. The pavilion was used for banquets for foreign visitors when they visited the palace. The building was constructed around 1900 by A.I. Sabatin, a Russian architect. He was influenced both by Korean and Western designs.

The design features Romanesque style colonnades that surround the perimeter of the building. The columns are made of imitation stone.

Verandas can be found on three sides of the building, on the west, east, and south. Wooden columns on the verandas are decorated with dragons, bats, and vases. These decorations are quite common Korean motifs.

Gojong enjoyed drinking coffee at the pavilion when he was at the palace.

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