Admission to historic sites nationwide will be free over the upcoming Lunar New Year's Day later this month.
The government on Tuesday said that Seoul's Gyeongbok, Changdeok and Changgyeong palaces and Jongmyo Shrine will be open to visitors free of charge during the holiday, which falls on Jan. 24 to 27. Entrance fees to royal tombs and national museums across the country will also be waived.
Some museums will hold events, at which visitors can enjoy traditional folk games along with other hands-on activities to experience Korea's traditional culture and food.
Source : english.chosun.com/si...
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