Jin Hee Palace (Hangul: 진희궁; Hanja: 眞熙宮; RR: Jin Hui Gung) is the official residence of the monarch of Ga Guk and its Royal Family. Located in the capital of Ga Guk, its territory spans across within and outside the palace grounds.
It is unknown when it was built, but the palace had endured a fire once, particularly during the Jeogwa Revolution after the death of King Jin Hyul. However, it was implied that it had been reconstructed until the reign of his predecessor, King Jin Won. After nearly a decade, it suffered another fire caused by the Deung Ha Bul Myung rebel army during their rebellion. Like before, it was also rebuilt for the latest monarch, King Jin Jeok.
Buildings and LandmarksEdit
This is where the king takes his bath in private where even his personal guard cannot enter without permission.
The collective residence of the three bridal candidates Yoo Dan Ah, Hyun Bin, and Hwang Se Ryeon during their stay in the Jin Hee Palace. It is also referred to as the Royal Villa.
|Chamber of Eternal Life|
This is where the portraits of the kings of Ga Guk are sealed away.
|Hyun Bin's Quarters|
The official residence of royal consort Hyun Bin.
|Hyun Moo Gate|
(현무문 / 玄武門, lit. "Black Tortoise Gate")
The northern doors of the palace.
This is considered to be the king's unofficial office where he can also meet and talk with his guests in private. This is where his documents are kept.
A shallow body of water within the palace surrounded by greenery.
|Queen Mother's Quarters|
The official residence of Yoon Yeon Lee.
This is where the king of Ga Guk and his ministers discuss the political, economic, and sociocultural affairs of the state.
It can be implied that this is where the Royal Army of Ga Guk come to practice and prepare for battle.
|West Palace Entrance|
This is one of the entrances to the palace. Outside this part of the palace are Hyang Ju's state properties, including a number of establishments and houses.
|Yoo Dan Ah's Quarters|
A portion of the bridal quarters, this is the residence of Yoo Dan Ah.