Changdeokgung Palace is the most beautiful of the five palaces built by the Joseon Dynasty in Seoul. It is located in the heart of the capital of South Korea and was built at the beginning of the 15th century. Palace has been reconstructed several times since then. It was built with Bugaksan Mountain in the background and the Geumcheon River flowing in front, which is in line with Pungsu, Korean feng shui. The palace complex contains Donhwamun Gate, which is the main entrance, Seonjeongjeon Hall, the king's daily meeting office for meetings with government officials, Geumcheongyo Bridge, which was built in 1411 and is the oldest in Seoul, Huijeongdang Hall, which had several purposes in its history, Injeongjeon Hall, which was a treasury, the Queen's chambers Daejojeon Hall, and more. Special attention is drawn to Huwon, a 32-acre garden. Changdeokgung Palace has been on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1997.