Temf Hotel

150-2 Shinpyong-Dong, Kyongju, 780-290, Korea Rep. | Hotel

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Monastic Living

A travel blog entry by mistyofthedane


Today was easily the most challenging day for me so far, and yet it went surprisingly well. I got up at a leisurely 8am local time (given my body clock is still running on Australian time, I was actually awake before this time anyway). The previous evening I had spoken with the guy running my hostel to enquire how to get to Gyeong-ju (the nearest city) by bus and he kindly sent me an email detailing which bus station to go to, how much it would cost, how long it would take ...

The Drive to Ascend

A travel blog entry by ruloris


One of the many things I've been thankful for since I started living in Korea has just been the chance to go outside of my normal boundaries, whether that means mentally, emotionally, or physically. Unfortunately for me, the chance to do so isn't all that's usually needed for me to change. Those who know me closest know I sometimes lack drive. I want a lot of things - I want to be smarter, to be healthier, to be something that ...

Korea Tour, 3 Oct, Gyeongju

A travel blog entry by gollygee


... one of three kingdoms that formerly made up Korea. In the short time we have in Gyeongju, we see the following attractions:

- Daereungwon King’s tomb park where Korean kings are buried in big domed earth tombs(modern day Korea has no king)

Cheomseogdae observatory site; while here we ...

Hot Namsan hike, grassy tombs and Yangdong village

A travel blog entry by jarcher106


... due to short on time!) and made our way to Cheomseomgdae, the Far East's oldest astrological observatory, constructed in AD632 and looked a little like a chimney stack with a window in it! There were numerous layers of symbology in the structure itself including the 366 stones used equalling the Luna year, 30 rows of stones equalling days in a month and many others. It was baking hot as we admired the structure from the shade and timed our walk back to the scooter with ...

Golgulsa Temple Martial Arts & Buddha Rock Cliff

A travel blog entry by londone7


Korea has an abundance of Temples and having visited so many I'm trying to find the more unusual ones to visit. One I read about was Golgulsa which I planned to visit on my weekend trip to Gyeongju. Golgulsa temple is unique in several ways not only having rock cliff shrines and a giant carved Buddha but I also wandered into a martial ...

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