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Donggureung means Royal Tombs of Joseon Dynasty specifically located together in Guri City, Gyeonggido Province maintained by Korean Cultural Heritage Administration.
- This is a really good place to learn history and take a walk in a forest area.
- This is in Guri City....More
A little hard to reach but is worth it to be in the company of such a historic UNESCO world heritage site - the tombs of many of the great kings and queens of the past Joseon dynasty ... Honestly it amazes me how quiet...More
Went to this place with a Meetup group and was stunned by the sheer magnificence and beauty!!!
It so stunningly green and just...wow. The history and preservation of this place is by far one of the best I have seen so far.
The people are...More
This place is huge and worth to visit. We luckily went inside without paying but I felt bad for doing so; this place worth more than ₩1000. The design of the tombs was similar to one another therefore you may skip it after seeing 2...More
Donggureung means east nine tombs. The size of Donggureung was bigger than I thought. In Donggureung, six kings and ten queens are slept(Joseon's 1st king Taejo, 5th king Munjong, 14th king Seonjo, 18th king Hyeonjong, 21st king yeongjo, 24th king Heonjong). Maybe this...More
This historic complex of tombs is wonderful to explore. King Taejo's tomb which dates back to 1408 is the oldest Joseon tomb, as he began the Joseon dynasty in 1392. Seventeen kings and queens of the Joseon dynasty are located here. The tombs reflect the...More