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Gyeongju 1night 2days(10-3-2)

  • 쨌 Time 09:00-17:30
    쨌 Number of persons 2
    쨌 Price 340,000 KRW
    쨌 Itinerary
    Hotel(Seoul) 넂 Move to Gyeongju 넂 Daerengwon 넂 Cheomseongdae Observatory 넂 Weolsung 넂 Seokbinggo넂 Anapji Pond 넂 Hotel(Gyeongju)넂 Silla Arts and Science Museum넂 Folks Hand Craft Village넂 Seokguram 넂 Bulguk Temple 넂 Move to Seoul 넂 Hotel(Seoul)

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  • Highlight of Tour Spot

    Gyeongju (寃쎌<) was the capital of the Silla Kingdom, a dynasty that flourished for almost one thousand years of Korea셲 proud five thousand year history. The Silla (떊씪) Kingdom was originally established in the southern area of modern-day Korea, but eventually spread as it banded together with neighboring states and became known as "Unified Silla". The Silla Dynasty was one of the most developed civilizations in the world during that time period. People came from far away lands to trade with the Silla people, many even settling in the area. Silla was said to be a land of extravagance and forward thinking.

    One of the most unique features of the Silla Kingdom is that it had not one, but three female rulers. Like most other kingdoms, the crown was usually passed down to the firstborn son of the noble bloodline. Theory has it that the lack of a male heir led to the appointment of a female leader. In this way, the Silla Kingdom was truly ahead of its time.

    The most well known of Silla셲 three queens was Queen Seondeok, whose life was turned into a smash hit TV series titled "Queen Seondeok of Silla" (꽑뜒뿬솗), airing in 2009. The show sparked interest in the Queen셲 life, as well as in Gyeongju as a hot tourist destination. In fact, with 1000 years of history and a myriad of tombs and ancient relics scattered throughout, it is no wonder that the city is known as a "living museum." Unearth the mysteries of the life of Queen Seondeok and discover the heart of the Silla Dynasty with a visit to Gyeongju, a city studded with historical gems.

  • Itinerary

    Take a journey through the picturesque countryside of Korea to temple rich Gyeongju, the ancient capital of the Silla dynasty and one of the ten historical cities in the world.

    You will take 3 hours journey on a high quality van across the picturesque countryside to Gyeongju, an ancient capital of the Silla dynasty (BC57-AD935), often dubbed as Museum without Walls. As leisurely make your way to Gyeongju, you will see Korea셲 fertile farmland, glistening brooks, sheltered ginseng farms, apple plantations and lovely rice paddies that together forming a patchwork of colors and ever-changing textures of the rural Korean life. Today, you are treated to one of the world셲 ten most historically significant sites with numerous relics from that era. Temple sites with weathered stone pagodas, royal tombs, Buddhist bas-reliefs, and fortress ruins are scattered throughout this ancient city.

    Highlights
    - Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Bulguksa Temple and Seokguram Grotto
    - See Anap Pond(Anapji) at a Silla palace in Gyeongju National Park

    Day 1 : Hotel(Seoul) 넂 Move to Gyeongju 넂 Daerengwon 넂 Cheomseongdae Observatory 넂 Weolsung
    넂 Seokbinggo넂 Anapji Pond 넂 Hotel(Gyeongju)
    Day 2 : Hotel(Gyeongju) 넂 Shilla Arts & Scienve Museum 넂 Folks Hand Craft Village넂 Seokguram
    넂 Bulguk Temple 넂 Move to Seoul 넂 Hotel(Seoul)

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    - On the day of the tour:100% cancellation charge
    - 1Day before: 70% cancellation charge
    - After confirmation: 30% cancellation charge
    - There will be cancellation charge (compulsory, especially during high seaseon)