경복궁 (Gyeongbokgung Palace)
The first and largest of the royal palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty. It was in 1395, three years after the Joseon Dynasty was founded by King Taejo (Yi Seong-gye), when the construction of the main royal Palace was completed after the capital of the newly founded dynasty moved from Gaeseong to Seoul (then known as Hanyang). The Palace was named Gyeongbokgung Palace, the "Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven."
Historic Site No. 339, Gyeonggijeon Shrine was erected in 1410 and holds the portrait of King Tae-jo, the founder of the Joseon dynasty. The King and his wife’s mortuary tablets are enshrined here at Jogyeong Shrine. The structure was partially destroyed during the Imjin War (1592-1598), and the existing structure was remodeled in 1614.
광주 5.18 기념공원 (The 5.18 Memorial Park)
Created as a memorial to the students who lost their lives while taking a stand in the country’s democratic movement, the park features a stunning monument and sculpture garden along with a mausoleum in remembrance of those students. Covering an area of 204,985㎡, the park houses various historical and cultural facilities, including the 5.18 Library, monuments. The park is also home to Mugaksa Temple and walking paths.
영암구림마을 (Yeonggam Gurim Village)
Gurim Village features a natural village, famous for its huge size and is home to various historical tales, persons and natural cultural tourism resources, making the village attractive to tourists.
제주 4.3 평화공원 (Jeju 4.3 peace park)
It is a memorial park and museum located on the island of Jeju in South Korea to commemorate the losses suffered during the Jeju uprising. The Peace Park opened on March 28, 2008 as part of reparations for victims based on the findings from the Jeju 4.3 Committee which was commissioned in 2000.