Gyeongbokgung Palace, or the Palace of Felicitous Blessing, was the main Palace of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910).

It contains many sites where historic occurred and is a place that has borne witness to modern-day Korea’s tragic histroy.

Excavation and restoration efforts to return the palace to its original continued to this day.

Now, it’s been 620 years since the palace founded.

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It takes less than 30 minutes from PuzzleStay House by bus.


Korea Furniture Museum



Korea Furniture Museum has 10 hanok structures and houses some 2,000 furniture pieces from the Joseon Dynasty.

Each piece of furniture is a work of art, something you won’t easily find in other places(public or private museums) around the city.

When leaders and famous people all over the world visit Seoul, many of them usually do visit the museum.

The museum is perhaps the largest best-kept secret in Seoul.

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It takes 10 minutes from PuzzleStay House by car.

Korean Stone Art Museum




Korean Stone Art Museum was opened in Seongbuk-dong, a beautiful district surrounded by Bugaksan Mountain and the Seoul City Wall to introduce the aesthetic beauty and significant cultural values of old Korean stone sculptures.

Ancient-stone artifacts, traditional embroideries, and modern Korean paintings are gathered here at the Korean Stone Art Museum, a place where Korea’s past and present coexist harmoniously.

The museum, consisting of six exhibition halls including an outdoor exhibition garden, is a place where tradition and modernism come together in harmony.

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It takes 10 minutes from PuzzleStay House by car.