The Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea has announced that Changgyeong Palace will stay open for extended hours from April 26 to May 1.
Visitors will be welcome to stroll through the palace until 10 p.m., with paths and major sites specially illuminated to highlight their nighttime beauty. Extra security will be on site, and some routes will be one-way only to control traffic flow during the evening hours.
The admission fee is 1,000 won for adults and 500 won for students.
By Jessica Seoyoung Choi
Korea.net Staff Writer