In Jeong Jeon

in travel •  22 days ago

20171231

In this posting, I’d like to post on In Jeong Jeon as I told yesterday.
In Jeong Jeon was the main official building for King’s reign.
The name of this building ‘In Jeong’ means that ‘reigning people in good manner’.

In ancient northeastern Asia, politics solely depended on king’s mind.
It meant that politics was but a King’s personal matter not a systematic process.

In Confucian philosophy, the best way of good politics was cultivating King’s quality and ability.
They had set up the ideal type of politics and King and King needed to come closer to that ideal model.

But this kinds of political system had not been successful always.
Frankly speaking, it was not easy to find out the good Kings who had done their work well for people.

Confucian Political system was of a very large scale of bureaucratic order under the summit of King.

You could look at the marking stones. There are 18 grades of bureaucratic layers in Choson Dynasty.

When the official ceremony had been performed, all officials were standing besides the marking stone.

That kinds of ceremonies was the essence of Confucian philosophy.
In this aspect, Japan was quite different from Korea and China.

In historical process, Japan seemed to be slightly different from Korea and China.

The strange thing was that Korea(Choson Dynasty) was much more strict in keeping Confucian Doctrine.

I don’t know who to explain the reason why Korea was stricter than China in keeping Confucian Doctrine.

Anyway the palace ‘In Jeong Jeon’ was a symbol of the Confucian political system.

There are 3 palace in Seoul which had been built in Choson Dynasty.

Actually Chang Deok Goong was built by King Tae Jong who was a son of 1st King Tae Jo.

He had became 3rd king as a result of Coup. He built Chang Deock Goong to show his political power and legitimacy of his reign.

In architectural aspect, it was said that Chang Deok Goong was strongly influence by Koryeo Dynasty. But it was not easy for me to notice the differences between two kingdom’s architecture.

Impressive thing was that the fore ground in front of In Jeong Jeon was covered with wide stones.

My brother told me that the stones covering ‘In Jeong Jeon’ were different from that of Gyeong Bock Goong. The ground in Gyeong Bock Goong was covered with small pieces of stones.

So when it rains, in Gyeong Bock Goong, you could enjoy the beauty of the rain patterns shown by the holes and the ways made between small stones.

You could take the best shot of In Jeong Jeon at the corner.

You need to remember this tip.
Small tip could make your travel more meaningful.

Then let's look at the inside of In Jeong Jeon. Inside of In Jeong Jeon was similar to that of Gyeong Bock Goong. I had posted on that several weeks ago.

king's chair

ceiling

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very beautiful place, thank you for such wonderful photos!

Really great building and i love the meaning of the name of this buildind. i enjoyed it because you arranged the words in such a beautiful way which is enjoyble i love your content every you post unique.
Love you keep sharing and thank you

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Thank you for your comment

Always share amazing historical places. I really like the way you tell and take pictures in great detail. Thank you very much for sharing. May always be successful for you @slowwalker.

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thank you

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You are welcome @slowwalker.

Thanks you and happy new year. May we all be rich in 2018. Jeong Jeon is beautiful and it represent the typical Chines building. Good to pictures from inside too.

good story .. it's nice for me to know the history that is in korea, thanks for the story .. @slowwalker

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thank you for visiting

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of friends, I will always follow you, I need your motivation and support ..@slowwalker

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a memorable history, and a history that has its own meaning, good friends post, for tonight please support for my promo-steem post friends, and happy new year and success always @slawwalker thank you

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thank you
happy new year

good post. Happy New Year. success always in 2018. do not forget to visit my blog @ aamaksal ..

Good post

Outstanding post, really good stuff!

Thanks for sharing!

Excellent travel story. How beautiful place the Jeong Jeon is!! All photographs are so nice. Be well off. Happy new year.

a very nice post my friend and happy new year please visit my blog for this new year

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thank you

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Yes heppy new year

Pictures look very similar to the ones you posted on one article last week.
anyway this historical buildings makes me feel alive again

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style of building would be similar to each other.
But meaning is quite different

Your trip is always fun to see, many beautiful places in korea, which I know from your post. Have a nice day @slowwalker

happy new year my friend .. please help unvote have me my friends yes

Thank you for sharing with us.
'reigning people in good manner’
It is good for all

Asia really has a fascinating story too, and I'm really fascinated in it. So thanks to you because very interesting to read with the illustrations. very well summarized.
Sorry for my english
Take care

P&U

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thank you for your comment

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Woooooow! amazing work i like it and follow you because of your work keep it up hope for the good thanks

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thank you so much

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Hope you also vote me and follow me thanks

Like korea 😁

Wow beatiful photo good post bro ^^

travel is very happy I really like your travel, goodnight new year 2018 @slowwalker.

A very beautiful architecture. Everything is very unique there. The walls, the paintings and the chair. Even the floor looks very special. Thank you for sharing these nice photos and the history behind it. Have a happy new year :)

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Yeah a nice and beautifully furnace

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thank you so much

Awesome photos!!
The architecture is really amazing.
You may want to check your last sentence in this post tho ;D
Great work as always and Happy New Year to you and your family!

Bagus saya suka

wish you very healthy and happy new year my friend. please upvote and follow me back also @rajat1802

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE 2018

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happy new year

classic and full of history i like it

Thank you~~ Happy New Year ^^

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thank you so much
Happy new year

Nice building geong people might live in this building i liked your post

I would like to go there someday, thanks for this great information.

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You will not regret visiting there

Thank you for sharing. You are the best. @slowwalker

Amazing travel story. How beautiful place the Jeong Jeon is @slowwalker!! All photographs are so nice. Be well off. Happy new year 2018 @tuhin201

The artwork is really pretty here. In a way it's sort of unfortunate that we seem to have lost the value of art in modern construction. Thanks for sharing.

nice architecture..and hope it has acted according to its meaning..very beautiful..thanks for sharing :)

great historical article!! It is so informative especially for foreigners who don't know much about these places. Anyways Thanks #slowalker for sharing.
Happy New Year

very nice pics

Great post @slowwalker ,Happy new year !

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Thank you.
Happy New Year

Happy new year~~ ^^

Nice post! Thanks for sharing what I called an epic story. I really enjoyed and learnt a lot from it. I follow and upvote you.

Did I told you already I love these roofs?

Upvoted 100%! Happy new year!

Hey there! So glad we have found eachother's blogs I just noticed your up-vote on my recent post. Thank you for that. You and I certainly have a lot in common. I love traveling, photographing documenting other cultures; quite frankly it's my passion and hobby. I've been traveling for over 11 years now living out of backpack!

I love this post here. The Choson Dynasty! I haven't heard that name in years! Brings me back to my days in Korea. I lived in Seoul teaching English for four years from age 20-24. Now I'm 35. I'm pretty sure I've been to this exact place. Korea is so rich in culture and history, Asia in general. Asia is probably my favorite place to explore. My travels have taken me from Japan to Cambodia and much more.

So glad to find someone I have so much in common with here. Being my steemit elder, I really am inspired by how far you've come on the platform. Will be following you and keeping a good on eye on your blog! Wishing you a very Happy New Year, from Guayaquil Ecuador! -Dan "World Travel Pro!"

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Thank you for your comment.
The one of the best pleasure in Steemit is coming across people having in common.
I follow you
Your experience would be great help to me.
I'd like to travel after retirement.

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Couldn't agree more. Love finding like minded people here with much in common.
Will certainly be checking in with your from time to time!
Happy New Year! -Dan

Nice place, this is one of many place in my draft to visited. i hope someday can be there. For me to visit a place full of history is the best experience. We can learn and take positive value. Interesting post.

"Small tip could make your travel more meaningful." That's awesome! hope you enjoy Seoul trip @slowwalker If you want some time to drink a coffee I'll let you know good coffee shops in Seoul :)
Happy New Year!

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I just visited your blog.
Thank you for your visit.
I will drop by the coffeeshop where you posted

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Huge thanks for visiting my blog. please let me know after visiting and tasting coffee!!

Happy New Years slowwalker nim, 새해 복 많이 받으세요. 아름다운 한국의 궁 건축 감사하게 보고 있습니다.

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감사합니다. 전문가가 앞에 계시니 몸둘바를 모르겠습니다.

I am just stopping in to wish you and your family a very wonderful start of your new year 2018

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thank you so much

I've visited this place back in 2013! It's very wonderful and there was so much to see! My tour guide was funny and she made the experience fun!

I dig the way you tell stories on here! You educated us as well as told us your experience on what we're looking at! Thanks for taking the time to tell us your story!

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Thank you so much

You presented the place in a most interesting way. I surely follow you for more content my friend.

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thank you
Happy new year

Great post @slowwalker, thanks for the insight into the Dynasty. Love the interesting architecture.

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thank you

You are so great many history you visit, history story also very you know ... you really great ... Thanks and success always for you .. @slowwalker

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thank you silvia

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You are welcome ☺️

The name of this building ‘In Jeong’ means that ‘reigning people in good manner’.
요즘 이게 중요하면서도, 참 쉽지 않다는 생각이 드네요...
새해 복 많이 받으세요.

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쉽지 않으니 현판에다 쓰지 않았을까요 ? ㅎㅎ

아이가 더 크면 꼭한번 가보고 싶은 곳입니다
사진도 잘보고 갑니다
감사합니다
새해에도 건강하고 더욱 행복한 한해되시길 바랍니다

Amazing details!

Holiday fun 🤞

Strong post , Extraordinary and very unique photos. Love the perspective.

resteemed. :) @slowwalker, thanks for sharing this. This is a historical place. Awesome. I hope to visit SK.

it is really looking good...
Happy new years Eric! I wish you a fantastic year!

Thank you for all the amazing energy you spread in the platform every day!

happy new year 2018!!!!👌

What an amazing and impressive place. I would love to visit someday (I love Asia!).
Following and looking forward to seeing more of your pictures.

Neat. I appreciate the attention to detail.

That magical journey, beautiful photos

Its really looks like a great place..I thought these buildings were just made for show.I did not know how meaningful it was..Thank you very much, I have a new knowledge. @slowwalker

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I have visited your profile and I am trying to take you as an example, sir...I hope you like me one day...

There are more and more interesting places again and again. Love your posts. Keep it up.

great post!

Love this work! best wishes to you! happy new year and good luck !

Great documentation once again. Just followed you. Keep it up.

I think I would constantly be picking up my jaw if I were here! o.o I absolutely love this! :)