Namdaemun (Kaesong)
The Kaesong Namdaemun is the south gate of the old walled city of Kaesong, North Korea. Constructed between 1391 and 1393, it is the only one of the original seven citadel gates to survive mostly int...
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Hyehwamun
127°00′14.16″E / 37.5879389°N 127.0039333°E / 37.5879389; 127.0039333Hyehwamun (Hangul 혜화문, Hanja 惠化門; also known as Northeast Gate) is one of the Eight Gates of Seoul in th...
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Taedongmun
Not to be confused with Dongdaemun, the old east gate of SeoulTaedong Gate is the eastern gate of the inner castle of the walled city of Pyongyang (Pyongyang Castle), and one of the National Treasures...
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Yeongeunmun
126°57′35.46″E / 37.5722611°N 126.9598500°E / 37.5722611; 126.9598500The Yeongeunmun (literally "welcoming gate for obligation") was a historical gate located in present Hyeon...
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List of gates in Korea
This List of Gates in Korea consists of all gates, past and present, found in North and South Korea. It is arranged alphabetically by official name (if known), and is incomplete.
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Potongmun
Potong Gate is the western gate of the inner complex of the walled city of Pyongyang (Pyongyang Castle). It was originally built in the sixth century as an official Koguryo construction, and was late...
Gwanghwamun
Gwanghwamun (Hangul: 광화문; hanja: 光化門) is the main and largest gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace, in Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It is located at a three-way intersection at the northern end ...
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Gwanghuimun
127°00′36.27″E / 37.5643750°N 127.0100750°E / 37.5643750; 127.0100750Gwanghuimun (Hangul 광희문, Hanja 光熙門; also known as Southeast Gate) is one of the Eight Gates of Seoul in ...
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Heunginjimun
Heunginjimun, literally "Gate of Rising Benevolence" or more commonly known as Dongdaemun, is one of The Eight Gates of Seoul in the Fortress Wall of Seoul, a prominent landmark in central Seoul, Sout...
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Namdaemun
126°58′31.11″E / 37.5599722°N 126.9753083°E / 37.5599722; 126.9753083Namdaemun (Hangul: 남대문; hanja: 南大門), officially known as the Sungnyemun (Hangul: 숭례문; ...
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Donuimun
126°58′08.31″E / 37.5682444°N 126.9689750°E / 37.5682444; 126.9689750Donuimun (Hangul 돈의문, Hanja 敦義門; also known as West Gate) was one of the Eight Gates of Seoul in the For...
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Independence Gate
The Independence Gate (독립문;獨立門) is a memorial gate located in Seoul, South Korea. The gate was built following the First Sino-Japanese War to inspire a spirit of independence away from Korea's previou...
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Sukjeongmun
126°58′52.16″E / 37.5955806°N 126.9811556°E / 37.5955806; 126.9811556Sukjeongmun (Hangul 숙정문, Hanja 肅靖門; also known as North Gate) is one of the The Eight Gates of Seoul in ...
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2008 Namdaemun fire
The 2008 Namdaemun fire was an incident in which arsonist Chae Jong-gi (Hangul: 채종기; hanja: 蔡宗基) set fire to Seoul's historic Namdaemun gate on February 10, 2008, causing the 550-year-old ...
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The Eight Gates of Seoul
The Eight Gates of Seoul are eight historical gates that were located in the Fortress Wall of Seoul, South Korea, which surrounded the city in the Joseon Dynasty. Six of these gates exist today (2014)...
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Souimun
126°58′19.23″E / 37.5624389°N 126.9720083°E / 37.5624389; 126.9720083Souimun (Hangul 소의문, Hanja 昭義門; also known as Southwest Gate) was one of the Eight Gates of Seoul in th...
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Changuimun
126°57′59.74″E / 37.5926139°N 126.9665944°E / 37.5926139; 126.9665944Changuimun (Hangul 창의문, Hanja 彰義門; also known as Northwest Gate) is one of the Eight Gates of Seoul in t...
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