Gyeongju is located 340 km (210 miles) southeast of Seoul, the capital city of Korea.
Gyeongju, which was the ancient capital of the thousand-year Silla Kingdom (57 B.C.-A.D.
935), is now an exceptional open-air museum.
Royal tombs, temple sites with weathered stone pagodas and Buddhist reliefs and fortress
ruins are scattered all around the city. The mounded royal tombs have yielded many
precious antique objects including exquisite gold crowns and other accessories.
The two supreme treasures of Gyeongju are the Bulguksa temple and nearby
The Bomun Lake Resort, located 6 kilometers from downtown on the eastern
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