Gyeongju

Gyeongju Hanok Stay

Known as Korea's historical capital and often referred to as the 'museum without walls', Gyeongju is frequented by locals and international tourist alike. A more immersive way to experience traditional korean culture and lifestyle while visiting Gyeongju is with a hanok stay.

 


Korean Cherry Blossoms of 2016


Korean Cherry Blossoms

 


I’ve been to Gyeongju World (경주월드) twice, once on a sunny day...

















I’ve been to


Anapji Pond – Throwback Thursday

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Here I am super-duper excited to tell you all about Anapji Pond, and I find out it’s a man-made, artificial pond.  Well…uh-oh.


I’ve always wanted to take a picture next to Kyeongju...



I’ve always wanted to take a picture next to Kyeongju (Gyeongju?) Tower (경주타워), because I love how the building has a giant pagoda cut right out of the middle. A year ago, Justin snapped this photo of us on a rainy day.


Rubber Ducky, you're the one!


photo courtesy of Ondong Kim

Gyeongju - fit for a Queen


This past Saturday I had the opportunity to travel to Gyeongju with some passionate history students from Dong-A University in Busan.  

Bulgoksa - A reminder of the great

Bulgoksa - A reminder of the great

Bulgoksa temple is the great reminder of the time Modern history started in Korea. The massive temple area is beautifully kept and has many places to just walk and talk.

Anapje at its best

Anapje at its best

Anapje pond near Gyeonju is spectacular at night. The lights the reflection and a calm stroll around the pond makes this a must when you are in the area.

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