‘2020 Changdeokgung Palace Moonlight Tour, a special time of one summer night’ operates from 13th to 13th of September, every Thursday to Sunday.
The ‘Changdeokgung Moonlight Tour’, which has been loved by the palace for 11 years, was stopped in the first half of the year in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
but the schedule for the second half of this year will be held in mid-August, which is earlier than the previous year does.
Unlike the previous year, which had twice a day, 120 people per time, and a special Sunday schedule for foreign visitors, this time, considering the situation of COVID-19, it is reduced to only 20 people per time, 5 times a day, and has no schedule for foreign visitors.
We decided to change it to a schedule for bays and operate it. For reference, the moonlight tour started on the 28th of May for the first half of the year, but it was suspended after one day of operation in response to the COVID-19 situation.
Visitors participating in the Changdeokgung Palace moonlight tour can walk through Changdeokgung Palace under the subtle moonlight to enjoy the harmony of nature and pavilion. In particular, you can see all the new night scenes of Buyong-Ji and Juhapru, which are hidden from the secret garden of Changdeokgung Palace, and the newly added Pansori performance.
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The organizer will strictly observe the prevention measures to prevent COVID-19.
By limiting the number of people participating in the synagogue to 20 people, the proper distance between visitors is secured.
Participants check the wearing of masks, disinfection of hands and heat before entering, and then individually present and receive an information pattern (QR code) to enter the event hall.
In addition, in order to avoid crowding of participants, the contents of the program operation are partially changed and traditional performance groups are held on a small scale.
Tickets for the ‘2020 Changdeokgung Palace Moonlight Tour, a special time of one summer night’ will be sold at the auction ticket (http://ticket.auction.co.kr) from 2pm on the 7th August of the coming day.
Up to two tickets per person can be purchased through the advance reservation, and the fee per person is 30,000 won.
Persons with disabilities who have difficulty in booking on the Internet and The national merit can make a reservation by calling up to 2 tickets per person (Auction Ticket ☎1566-1369).
SOURCE: CULTURAL HERITAGE ADMINISTRATION