Serving as the main gate of Injeongjeon Hall, Injeongmun Gate was established in 1405 (5th year of King Taejo’s reign during the Joseon Dynasty). Later on, the gate was destroyed by multiple fires during the Imjin War (Japanese invasion of Korea in 1592), therefore current form of the establishment displays designs that are more often seen in the late 19th century's. In addition, a lot
of subsidary marks and buildings are removed from the original places and relocated passing the time, however, still remains to represent prestigious ambience.
Injeongmun Gate served as the place for several coronation ceremonies of kings, prince's succession of throne, and many other national affairs celebrated by the royal members who gathered and aligned around this gate.
99, Yulgok-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul[Google Map]
Get off at Anguk Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 3
Go straight for 5 min and the palace will be on your left.
- Adults (ages 19-64) 3,000 won / Groups (10 or more people) 2,400 won
- Children (ages 7-18) 1,500 won / Groups (10 or more people) 1,200 won
- Free admission: Preschoolers (ages 6 and under), senior citizens (ages 65 and older), visitors wearing hanbok, last Wednesday of each month (Culture Day)
Interpretation Services Offered:
[English] 10:15, 13:15
[Chinese] 10:00, 16:00
infocenter: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-3668-2300
usetime: February-May 09:00-18:00
* Last admission 1 hour before closing.