Gyeonggijeon, where the king of the Joseon Dynasty, King Taejo, was enshrined

Gyeonggijeon is a building built in the 10th year of King Taejong (1410) to enshrine the portrait of Taejo who opened the Joseon Dynasty, that is, Eojin, and to perform rituals.

Eoyongjeon was first called Eoyongjeon in Jeonju, Gyeongju, and Pyongyang. Was referred to as Jipgyeongjeon and Pyongyang as Yeongsongjeon.

Gyeonggijeon was destroyed in the 30th year of King Seonjo (1597) during the refining period, but was rebuilt in the 6th year of Gwanghaegun (1614).

Gyeonggijeon consists of Hamabi, a sign of the sacred that everyone should get off the horse, red-painted Hongsalmun, foreign newspaper, Naejinmun, and a palace that enshrines Eojin.

Given that it is a royal shrine, it is called Shinmun, and when passing through the three gates of the inner and foreign newspapers inside the Hongsalmul, you must go to the east (right) and exit to the west (left). It is because in the middle is a'shinto' where Taejo's spirit comes in and out.

Gyeonggijeon has a very important meaning in that the Jeonju Accident (ͷ) was installed along with the old Bongan of Lee Seong-gye, the Joseon Dynasty. The accident was established before the game in 1439 (Sejong 21).

In the precincts, Gyeonggijeon (tangible cultural property No. 2), which enshrined Taejo's spirit, and Jo Kyung-myo (١ , who enshrined the tablets of Silla Sagong and Lee Han, the founder of Jeonju Lee's 22nd generation, and the founder of Jeonju Lee). Tangible Cultural Property No. 16). In particular, there is also the Eojin Museum, where the existing Joseon dynasty elders are enshrined along with Taejo Eojin (National Treasure No. 317).

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