Description Donggwoldo (literally 'Painting of Eastern Palace') is a representative Korean painting depicting the two royal palaces, Changdeokgung and Changgyeonggung located in the east of the main palace, Gyeongbokgung. The painting of the Joseon Dynasty is drawn from a birds-eye-view and on silk. Two transcriptions have been handed down; one with a width of 583 cm and a height of 274 cm is stored in Korea University Museum, while the other with a width of 576 cm and a height of 273 is in Dong-A University Museum. This file is Dong-A University's version. This painting is on the movable wall which could also be folded. It's made of paper, silk and wood. Donggwoldo is designated as the 249th National Treasure of South Korea.