Gyeongbokgung (景福宫) was the main royal palace of the Joseon dynasty and the only palace we paid to visit on our trip to Korea. As far as I know, most of the architecture we see now are reconstruction and not the original buildings – the palace was tragically destroyed during the Japanese occupation of Korea. Cruel history aside, I really enjoyed the simple designs and colors that make up Gyeongbokgung (way more than the fancy and intricate colors of Chinese palaces) and the most wonderful backdrop that is Bugak Mountain.
Fujicolor Superia Reala 100 (expired), Canon FTb
AgfaPhoto Vista Plus 100, Olympus Mju II