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Bosingak, located in Seoul built during Joseon Dynasty 1396. There are a huge bell that informed time and emergency situation. Also the bell rang when the city’s then-eight gates opening and closing. When the gate was opening, the bell rang 33times that represented heaven of Buddhism. When it was closing, the bell rang 28 times that represented constellation in the sky. It is related to theme, because it is preserved from long time age by ancestors.
Gyeongbokgung is built by King Teojo in Joseon Dynasty, 1395. It is the first royal palace by Joseon Dynasty, located in heart of capital city, Seoul. Gyeongbokgung is a place to pray for fortune and it is a main palace of five grand palaces. It burned several times, but it rebuilt by experts. It is related to theme, because it is preserved from long time age by ancestors.
Sajik Altar built during Joseon Dynasty. Sa of Sajik means the god of earth and land and Jim of Sajik means god of the five grains. So, the people prayed for them in Joseon Dynasty. When King Taejon moved to Seoul, it constructed to the West of Gyeongbokgung. Now, it called Seoul Sajikdan(Sajik Altar). It is related to theme, because it is preserved from long time age by ancestors.
In the Joseon Dynasty, hunminjeongeum created which is book explaining Korea's writing system, Hangul. huminjeongeum, created by King Seojong in 1446, means proper sounds to instruct the people in Korean. Before it created, Korean used Chinese, but it was really hard to learn for people of low status. So, King Seojong created hunminjeongeum(book) for all the people who are not even in high status. The book explains principle, purpose and way to use Hangul(Korean). It assigned as UNESCO World Heritage Record. It is related to theme, because it is preserved from long time age by ancestors.