Hotel Hyundai Gyeongju

Address: 338, Bomun-ro, Kyongju, 780-290, Korea Rep. | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on 338, Bomun-ro, Kyongju.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Hyundai Gyeongju Kyongju

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    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

    ... mass, the young priest invited me to have dinner with him. At the bottom end, there was the priest, myself, 2 young men and 2 young women in a pizza restaurant where everything was open to discussion. It gave me the oportunity to capture the opinions of young people on North Korea, Japan and Japanese, etc. A real nice evening. The young men accompanied me to my hotel afterward. Just to show that Koreans also know how to greet foreigners. It left me a good ...

    Bienvenue à/Welcome to GYEONGJU

    A travel blog entry by maa3 on May 15, 2015

    7 comments, 7 photos

    ... Korean women enjoy the same living conditions as Quebec or Canada women. As for the middle or professional class Taiwanese women cannot work outside her home because it would be humiliating for the husband. The working class Taiwanese women on the other hand has to work outside her home. Her husband feels ashame of this situation and often find comfort in alcohol. Nevertheless this second salary allows the family to meet both ends, Tomorrow I visit ...

    Monastic Living

    A travel blog entry by mistyofthedane on Jul 04, 2014

    32 photos

    ... yoga class, of which I could participate in about 70%. After this we attended a "tea and conversation" ceremony. At present I have some free time before lunch – each meal here consists of rice and simple vegetables in a Korean style and is completely vegan apparently. There are strict rules around bringing meat or alcohol onto the temple site, however for those who are not monks it is ok to leave the temple and consume these products in town. Some of the ...

    Fight, Work, Pray

    A travel blog entry by ruloris on Oct 19, 2013

    20 photos

    ... roars so loudly, nothing else really matters anymore. It seems to be what gives the fighters the strength in conviction, the sustainers the determination to work toward the future, and those who pray the hope of something greater than the skies and the oceans and the earth.

    Me? It's hard to say... I pray for the fighters, and work toward another beautiful dawn. I left the comfortable and the secure, to be with the foreign and unknown.

    Hot day of temples, martial arts and tasty duck

    A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Aug 04, 2013

    1 photo

    ... it to Bulguksa Temple. We parked as close as we could, paid the £2.40 (W4000) entry fee and headed into the grounds. The gardens leading up to the temple were very well manicured, with two ancient stone bridges lining the route. The UNESCO temple buildings themselves had very ornate carvings inside and we relaxed in one admiring the very rustic huge gnarled timber floor boards. We were taking things slowly as it was unbelievably hot still and found a lovely ...