Pulguksa Tourist

Address: 648-1 Jin Hyun-dong, Kyongju, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 648-1 Jin Hyun-dong, Kyongju.
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A Museum without Walls

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 06, 2014

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... s off to Bulguksa Temple complex. Sitting on a ridge overlooking Gyeongju this complex was originally founded in the 600's. Unfortunately it was sacked by the Mongol's and many other invading forces. The currently complex is mostly a recreation from the 1970s but some of the structures are from the 1700's. Built in the traditional style with ornate carvings warding off evil and showing the status of the original ...

Time's Cold Fury

A travel blog entry by ruloris on Feb 10, 2014

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... a long time outside of the downtown tombs.

All of us believed winter had just come and gone with the passing of the colder months, but nature surely doesn't abide by the tendencies of time anymore, if it ever did at all. And though my Internet connection was severed from the storm, this winter was pretty great.

Remember also that none of us have cars. That really helps the ...

Korea Tour, 3 Oct, Gyeongju

A travel blog entry by gollygee on Oct 03, 2013

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... professor is helping out on his day off. Gyeongju is an old and small city of about 275,000 but it is a favourite tourist stop because of its history and many recreational sites(our hotel overlooks a golf course that is lit for early morning and night golf). Gyeongju was the historic capital for 992 years of the ...

A Breath of Fresh Air

A travel blog entry by scroggins on Sep 14, 2013

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... around the city centre together, past some impressive burial mounds and then got a taxi to Bulguksa Temple, which turned out to be quite a way out of the city. Out in the fresh, sweet, autumnal air, it felt like I had taken my first genuine breath in six weeks. I started my old pondering habit again, wondering if my South Korea blues was merely just a product of being a country bumpkin who had just found herself right ...

Gyeongju Mt Namsan Stone Buddha Hiking Trail

A travel blog entry by londone7 on May 26, 2013

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... more such Buddhist carvings to discover but perhaps for another day when I havent done so much already. Look for signs to the Samneung Royal Tombs when going south on the western side of Mt Namsan when coming from the city centre.

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