Gyeonghoeru Pavilion (National Treasure No. 224). - Seoul, South Korea
This pavilion, built on the pond west of Gangnyeongjeon, the king's living quarters, was where the king threw feasts for foreign envoys or his court officials. The name means that the king is capable of handling national affairs only when he has the right people around him, it was used on joyous occasions.
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