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'Master carpenter's tree embezzlement was not intentional,' says prosecution
While Shin allegedly used Russian pine trees in the restorage of the Sungnyemun Gate, which was later found groundless by the Korea Forest Office, whether Shin can be free of wood embezzlement suspicion remains to be seen. The Seoul Central District ...
In Transit | Walkabout – 5/6: Sungnyemun Gate Reopens in Seoul; Stockholm
Restoration Celebration The 600-year-old Sungnyemun Gate in Seoul, which was destroyed in an arson attack in 2008, reopened this weekend with great fanfare, including a visit from President Park Geun-hye of South Korea. (Gadling). Mamma Mia ...
Restored Sungnyemun gate to open to public this week
Restored Sungnyemun gate to open to public this week. By Shim Sun-ah.
Sungnyemun: South Korean National Ttreasure Reopens After Fiver Year Restoration
Five years after South Korean national treasure, Sungnyemun started a huge restoration project, it reopened to the public this week. Sungneymun is known as Namdaemun or the Great South Gate and is considered one of South Korea's most important ...
Seoul's Sungnyemun gets the LEGO Architecture treatment [News]
I had the privilege of visiting Korea three times while growing up in Japan, but unfortunately I was too young to remember much. Which is a shame, because I would love to have seen the Sungnyemun, or “Gate of Exalted Ceremonies,” in Seoul.

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