Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set Sungnyemun since October 2018. Very high accuracy
LEGO 21016 Sungnyemun was a 325 piece Architecture set released in 2012. The LEGO 21016 Sungnyemun was officially launched at the Danish Pavilion during the EXPO 2012 exhibition held in Yeosu, South Korea. It was later available for purchase from June 1 in LEGO brand retail stores, LEGOLAND Stores.

It was retired in February 2013 with a lifespan of 8 months. The current value for a new and sealed Sungnyemun is estimated at $363 with an average yearly gain of about 7%. On the secondary markets, the typical price range for the set MISB/NISB is between $286 and $438. On the open market, a used set will fetch in the range of between $110 and $180 depending on the condition.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

(US) Architecture Sungnyemun Set 21016 - 100% Verified Authentic and New
BrickEconomy Choice
$276.00
(KR) New(Sealed) Box : Good(8/10) - Backside creased, otherwise good
$309.90
-14.6%
(ID) ***FACTORY SEALED***
$337.25
-7.1%
(KR) I'll send it to ems. It's in good condition.
$360.00
-0.8%
(US) ARCHITECTURE Sungnyemun South Korea 21016 RETIRED RARE 2012
$364.99
+0.5%
(US) Sealed, in very good condition. Minimal box wear. Photos are available upon request.
$365.00
+0.5%
(AU) BrickLink store Brick 4 me
$366.81
+1.0%
(US) BrickLink store Paul's Parts
$375.00
+3.3%
(KR) 21016 Architecture Sungnyemun Gate Namdaemun Seoul / Brand New / Unopened
$379.99
+4.7%
(US) Amazon listing for Sungnyemun
~$381.16
+5.0%
(US) ARCHITECTURE: Sungnyemun (21016) , New & Sealed
$395.99
+9.1%
(US) Architecture Sungnyemun (21016) NEW SEALED Rare Retired Seoul, South Korea
$399.00
+9.9%
(US) Architecture Sungnyemun (21016) NEW SEALED Rare Retired
$399.00
+9.9%
(US) BrickLink store Brion's Extras... No Min..
$399.99
+10.2%
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Sales Distribution (Last 90 Days)

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Sale Trends

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Presenting one of South Korea's most treasured monuments – Sungnyemun. Also known as the Great Southern Gate, this majestic gateway to the South Korean capital of Seoul is the last remaining of four gateways constructed in the late 14th century to protect the country's capital. In 1962, this impressive Joseon Dynasty monument was declared South Korea's first national treasure, but in 2008 was almost completely destroyed by a fire. Fortunately, a restoration project, due for completion in 2012, will return the South Korean people's coveted treasure to its former glory once again.

This LEGO® Landmark series interpretation of Sungnyemun was designed by US architect Adam Reed Tucker in collaboration with the LEGO design team. Interpretation of real-world architectural landmark Sungnyemun Booklet included with details on design and history (English language only. Other languages available for download)

Measures 4.1" (10.5cm) tall, 6.9" (17.5cm) wide and 3.1" (8cm) deep Collect...
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