Jongno District (Korean: 종로구, romanized: Jongno-gu) is a district (Korean: 구, romanized: gu) in central Seoul, South Korea. It takes its name from a major local street, Jongno, which means "Bell Road". Jongno District has been the center of the city for 600 years, since it is where the Joseon dynasty established its capital city. Jongno District is commonly referred to as the face and heart of Korea because of its important roles in the politics, economics, culture, and history as the capital city. Jongno District is home to palaces in which the kings used to reside and work, such as Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace, Changgyeonggung and Unhyeon Palace. The South Korean president's former residence, the Cheongwadae, is also located in the Jongno District. More information...

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