Hello my name is kimsieon. Im from Jeonju, but i live in Gyeongju now. I’m a college student. I study hotel management and tourism. I like meeting people and talking with them.
Also, I love traveling. I’m ready for meeting you and making you happy. A sightseeing city of Gyeongju, look around with me!
Ideal type of tourmate
l don’t care who you are. ^^ but l want someone who is kind and caring.
Also ideal tour mate l think should be like to travel. lf you like walking, l’m much better~
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(Gyeongju Daereungwon tour)This tour will take you to a breezy stroll along the core attractions of Gyeongju. First, Gyeongju Daereungwon tour. We will walk in the Daereungwon. Daereungwon, or Tumuli park, contains 23 royal Silla tombs. The Silla kingdom in the south end of the Korean peninsula flourished from roughly 668 to 935 AD. The tombs are very large, grass-covered mounds (see photo) on the south edge of Gyeongju. Several of the mounds/tombs have been excavated and you can enter them. The most famous tomb is the Cheonmachong, or flying-horse tomb. After we look around Daereungwon, we will eat dinner located on the cross of the Cheomseongdae. You will experience the home food of Korea. After dinner, we are going to go Cheomseongdae. Cheomseongdae is an astronomical observatory observing the stars. It is the oldest astronomical observatory in the Orient, and it is a valuable cultural heritage that shows the high levels of science at the time.
This trip will tell you about Korean tradition. First, we are going to eat at the Hongnlee table. This restaurant is made up of Korean food. If you are going to there, you will see the rice culture in Korea. The menu of this restaurant changes once a week. After lunch, we are going to go Hanok café. Gyeongju has many cafes made of traditional Korean houses. You can drink coffee while looking at the view from the roof. Next, we are going to wear the Korea traditional clothes and going to go Cheomseongdae. Wearing Hanbok is your choice. Cheomseongdae is a famous Cultural Heritage in Gyeongju, which used to be observed as an astronomical observatory. If you come to Korea, wearing Hanbok will not be bad. Lastly, we will go to Gyochon Village. Gyochon Village is a Hanok Village in Gyeongju, where visitors can see houses in Korea once in a while. Here, you can eat famous 교리김밥.
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