A popular tourist destination, Kaesong boasts a number of Koryo-era sites including the Kaesong Namdaemun gate, the Koryo Museum, and the Manwoldae historical site–the site of the Koryo dynasty’s royal palace (918-1392).
Due to the city’s historical significance to both Koreas, Kaesong has often been the site of joint preservation and excavation projects. Most recently, the two Koreas also opened a joint liaison office at the now-shuttered Kaesong Industrial Complex.
Printed on 16×20 inch MATTE 10pt Cover paper using Indigdo 12000 presses, this high-quality poster can be framed or left bare.
This is a limited run series. Only 500 copies of this poster exist in the world.