Course : Day 1: Seoul-Pusan-Mt.Yongdu Park Taejongdae-Haeundae-UN Army Cemetery-Dinner-Gyeong ju Hotel Day 2:Bulguksa Temple-Seokgulam Grotto Cheomseongdae-Cheonmachong Lunch-Bunhwang Temple Tower National-Museum-Hotel Day 3:Daewangam-Lunch-Seoul meal : breakfast only
Gyeongju is a city of history,culture and sightseeing which attr acts a lot of tourists from home and abroad and there are abundant treasures throughout the city.
An astronomical observatory Cheomseongdae is a stone tower well known as the oldest astronomical observatory in the East.
Trace the history of the splendid Silla culture lying at the mid- slope of Tohamsan, Bulguksa is a famous temple representing Korea, designated as World Culture Heritage.
Busan is the second largest city in Korea. Its deep harbor and gentle tides have allowed it to grow into the largest container handling port in the country and the third largest in the world, with potential for even more growth. Its natural endowments and rich history have resulted in Busan's increasing reputation as a world class city of tourism and culture
Taejongdae resort offers not only a beautiful craggy coast but also many wonders of natural science. There are about 120 kinds of trees and countless unique rocks around the 250m-high peak. King Taejong Muyeol of the Silla dynasty was said to enjoy archery here after the unification of the Three Kingdoms. One well-known highlight in all this wonderful scenery, with its rich forests and towering gray cliffs alongside the refreshing sea, is Shinseon-am (Shinseon Rock) located below the lighthouse
Considered one of the eight scenic wonders in Korea, Haeundae Beach Resort is the largest in Korea and the only one to combine a beach with a hot spring. This beach, with gently curved sands stretching for 2km and 60,000m2- wide can attract about 120 thousand visitors. Open from July 1 to August 31, the average temperature of water is 22.6oC.
Kim Dae-Seong, the Prime Minister in the 10th year of King Gyeongdeok’s reign in the Silla era (751), established Seokgulam Cave. At that time, it was called Seokbulsa. During King Gyeongdeok’s reign (742-765), a lot of cultural properties, including Bulguksa Temple, wangryongsadaejong Bell, and Seokgulam Cave, were made, which made the period the heyday of Silla’s Buddhist art.
Gyeongju National Museum
Gyeongju National Museum is deep in tradition, with a history of about 90 years. Representing Gyeongju, which used to be the capital of Silla (BC57~AD935), the museum is where you can view the cultural history of Gyeongju district. The exhibit hall is divided into 4 large parts: the Main hall, Annex I, Annex II, and the Outdoor Exhibit Area (Museum Grounds).
Located within minutes walk from Cheomseongdae is Anapji Pond where the Shilla royal family relaxed and enjoyed themselves. The pond was temporarily drained in 1974 to reveal a veritable treasure trove of Shilla artifacts which are now on display in Gyeongju National Museum.
On the size of about 126,500 ㎡ in the city center of Gyeongju, 23 ancient tombs including that of King Mich'uwang in the Silla era lie. There used to be numerous tombs in addition to the existing ancient tombs though, having developed the area into the park zone centering on tombs with a grave mound left it as it looks now.
Yongdusan Park was loved by school excursions or picnics in the past. The flower clock is definately the photo spot. How about taking a photo with your family, date, or friends in front of the flower clock next weekend remembering the old days.
U.N. Memorial Cemetery
This is the only cemetery under the care of the UN. Here lie the heroic warriors who gave their lives to uphold world peace and freedom in the Korean War.
- All the tours Include the guide, transportation, admission fee. - If you cancell your reservation on tour day. We will charge 100% cancellation fee to you. - Some morning tours will be dropped off at Itaewon or insadong. - We notice that We have no responsiblity for your personal incidents and losses during all the tours. - We are stuck in a traffic jam the pick up service will be delayed