Gyeongbokgung Palace will welcome visitors during its weeklong nighttime opening session in October. The palace will remain open till 10pm (admission by 9pm). In order to prevent any unexpected disturbances and property damage due to crowds, admission will be limited to 1,500 each day, from either those who make online reservations or purchase tickets on-site. The exact opening schedule is yet to be announced. The palace also opens its doors at night for a week in May.
EAT> The special opening session does not mean that visitors can go on a nighttime picnic there. A plethora of restaurants of all different cuisines surround the palace area.
Admission fee is KRW 3,000.
The Geunjeongjeon throne hall, Gyeonghoeru Pavilion, and other impressive cultural assets will be illuminated by colorful lights, offering a rare opportunity for memorable photo sessions in a romantic ambiance.
Gyeongbokgung Station 경복궁역 (Line 3), Exit 4