Gyeongju Park Tourist Hotel

Address: 170-1 Noseo-dong, Kyongju, Korea Rep. | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 170-1 Noseo-dong, Kyongju.
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    Travel Blogs from Kyongju

    Visite de / Visit of Gyeongju & environs/& around

    A travel blog entry by maa3 on May 17, 2015

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... to Koreans what Quebec City is to Quebecers and French Canadians; 2. In general ( there are exceptions of course), the Korean children illustrate very well what is a king child ( not a King child of course), being boys or girls make no difference. For example, in a restaurant, if a young child doesn't get what he/she wants, he/she will scream his heart out anf if he/she is a bit older it's a crisis that follows to the great disarray of the parents; 3. The ...

    Bienvenue à/Welcome to GYEONGJU

    A travel blog entry by maa3 on May 15, 2015

    7 comments, 7 photos

    ... so for a 1000 years.At the height of its growth, it numbered one million inhabitants. Situated in the mountains in Southeast Korea,, it is today a half urban half rural city.. It is often called "the Museum without walla". It is one of the highlights for many tourists visiting South Korea.. I feel more relaxed here than in Seoul. If it hadn't been for Minie and JunGyeong, that I greet by the way,, I would have found life in Seoul pretty dull.. Jung's smile when ...

    Monastic Living

    A travel blog entry by mistyofthedane on Jul 04, 2014

    32 photos

    ... it might be (2000 KRW, or 2 AUD).

    Arriving in Gyeong-ju I then had to find a local bus that would take me most of the way to the Golgulsa Temple. It took me about 10 minutes to figure out where to go to catch the bus, even with instructions from the temple management, but I got there in the end. I took the bus no. 100 (1,500 KRW or 1.5 AUD) on the 40 minute journey into the mountains. I could tell that I was a source of interest for some of the commuters ...

    Fight, Work, Pray

    A travel blog entry by ruloris on Oct 19, 2013

    20 photos

    ... that the true dream? Do we sustain to keep sustained? Or do we do it in order for the chance at something greater?

    And there are those who are happy with prayer. They are the devout and the holy, the ones who yearn for grace, good acts, and release, among a thousand, thousand other divine aspects. The sacrifice for prayer covers the entire spectrum of mortal suffering: physical, mental, and emotional, for those who pray endure ...

    Hot Namsan hike, grassy tombs and Yangdong village

    A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Aug 05, 2013

    1 photo

    ... then had a quick look through the gates at a large stone pagoda before picking up our bags at the motel and dropping off the scooter at 3pm exactly. We stocked up on some snacks and made our way to the bus stop where we took the bus for 50 minutes heading north to the UNESCO village of Yangdong. Walking into the village was like travelling back in time (except for the new cars parked outside of the homes!) with traditional stone walled houses covered with thatched and ...