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Sangchamui

Event Synopsis

The daily routine of a Joseon King began at 5 o'clock in the morning. At 6 o'clock, the King would start attendin to the affairs of the nation. Sangchamui in the Joseon Dynasty is daily morning meeting between the King and the principal official that discuss and deliberate on political issues.
Sangchamui was also called Jogeun, Alhyeon, and Joal Jocham.

Introduction to Event

  • Period: April 26 ~ October 30 (closed on Tuesdays/ saturdays in July and August)
  • Place:

    Sajeongjeon (Official quarters) and Gangnyeongjeon (living quarters) of
    Gyeongbokgung

  • Period of Rebuilding: During the reign of King Sejong in Joseon dynasty
  • Course : Gyeonghoeru(a pavilion)->Geunjeongjeon(The Throne hall)>Hyangwonjeong ->Gyeonghoeru
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Introduction to Event

  • Gyeonghoeru (a pavilion) → Gangnyeongjeon (living quarters): Starting from Gyeonghoeru and moving towards Gangnyeongjeon, which is the King’s bedchamber.
  • Gangnyeongjeon → Sajeongjeon: Starting from Gangnyeongjeon moving towards Sajeongjeon, which is an official quarter.
  • Gangnyeongjeon: The morning meeting in which the King heard reports on government affairs and all sorts of national affairs is reproduced.
  • Gangnyeongjeo → Gyeonghoeru: The King, after finishing Sangchamui, took a walk around Gyeonghoeru (a pavilion), and this sight is reproduced.

Event Course

  • Gyeonghoeru → Gangnyeongjeon : Starting from Gyeonghoeru and moving towards Gangnyeongjeon, which is the King’s bedchamber.
  • Gangnyeongjeon → Sajeongjeon: Starting from Gangnyeongjeon moving towards Sajeongjeon, which is an official quarter.
  • Gangnyeongjeon: The morning meeting in which the King heard reports on government affairs and all sorts of national affairs is reproduced.
  • Gangnyeongjeo → Gyeonghoeru: The King, after finishing Sangchamui, took a walk around Gyeonghoeru (a pavilion), and this sight is reproduced.