[KCHF] Eastern Palace Map Poster


Korean Cultural Heritage Foundation merchandise

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Print-out of the Donggwoldo, which literally means Painting of Eastern Palaces. Great to use for educational purposes or simply as a poster.

Great unique gift for any Asian history or museum merchandise lover.

Donggwoldo (literally “Painting of Eastern Palaces”) is a representative Korean painting of the early 19th century, depicting the two royal palaces, Changdeokgung and Changgyeonggung during the Joseon Dynasty. Donggwol is an alternative name of Changdeokgung, located to the East of the main royal palace of the dynasty, Gyeongbokgung. However, the picture also includes Changgyeonggung, an adjacent palace to the former. In 2012, the painting was used as the basis of a restoration project for the Buyongjeong pavilion in the rear garden of the Changdeokgung.

Dimensions – App. 58.4 x 27.3 cm / 23 x 10.75 inches

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Weight100 g
Dimensions58.4 × 27.3 cm


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