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


Colonial Korea: The Ancient City of Gyeongju – 경주 (Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do)

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A portion of the Banwolseong Palace Fortress in Gyeongju from 1916.

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Korean Cherry Blossoms

 


Colonial Korea: Gulbulsa-ji Temple Site – 굴불사지 (Gyeongju)

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The west side of the four sided sculpture at Gulbulsa-ji Temple Site in Gyeongju from 1917.

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

















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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.


Colonial Korea: Bunhwangsa Temple – 분황사 (Gyeongju)

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The Three Tier Stone Pagoda at Bunhwangsa Temple, in Gyeongju, in 1916.

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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.


Colonial Korea: Seokguram Hermitage – 석굴암 (Gyeongju)

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The Seokgamoni-bul statue inside the Seokguram Grotto in 1917.

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