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Palaces of the Joseon Dynasty in the Eyes of Foreign AmbassadorsDiplomatic Envoys in Korea Invited to the Special Exhibition Donggwoldo
Kim Sun Oh  |
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Since February 2013, the Museum of Korea University (KU) opened a special exhibition, entitled Donggwoldo, the painting of the palaces of the Joseon Dynasty—the Changdeok Palace and the Changgyeong Palace. It is the first time displaying two authentic works of “Donggwoldo”, one from the Museum of KU and the other from the Museum of Dong Ah University, and KU students have enjoyed an unusual chance to watch the both works at the same spot. On May 28, ambassadors from various countries—including Brazil, Oman, Italia, and Angola—explored the beauty of the palaces and their paintings. Before stepping into the exhibition hall, Korean traditional vocal music performance was shown. Ambassadors were astonished by the treasures, carefully listening to the docent and watching every piece for a long time.

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