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Gyeongju

Gyeongju (경주시), known as the "Museum without Walls", is home of the Shilla dynasty which dates back from 57 BC and survived for the next 1,000 years. Gyeongju was the capital and at its height of power had approximately 1 million inhabitants. The 'Tumuli' (i.e.

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Gyeongju Guesthouse

Gyeongju Guesthouse

The location is excellent, a couple of minutes from the railway station. It is down an alleyway on the left hand side and if you get to the traffic lights you have gone too far. The owner / manager spoke reasonable English. The breakfast was basically eggs and toast but as much as you liked whenever you liked. ... more

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Nahbi Guest House for Backpackers

Nahbi Guest House for Backpackers

pleasant stay with service very friendly ,family atmosphere , my prefered accomodation for my trip to Korea ... more

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4
Han Jin Hostel

Han Jin Hostel

The owner speaks fluent English and is prompt to give suggestions about what to see and how to use the buses. Provides a nice little map with different types of restaurants, ATMs, etc. The hostel is old and shabby but seems reasonably clean. ... more

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3

Gyeongju Discussions

  • South Korea in April
    I'd highly recommend visiting Gyeongju the first real capitol of Korea. Lots to see and do including world heritage site temples (Seokgiram Grotto, Bulgiksa) and gardens, the tumulus park (burial mounds) and the lake Bohol resort area. It's not far from Daegu, which I though was a fun city to wander ...

  • South Korea 6 Days Dec 2012
    rather than a rushed 3 days. At the moment I am thinking Gyeongju area?. Feel this trip is our entree ...

  • Korea travel tips?
    Hi Joff, 1. Also, check out Gyeong-bok-gung, the former royal palace. 2. Take a trip down to Gyeong-ju, where the burial sites of the Shilla kings are. 3. There is also a good museum there (Gyeong-ju), and a pretty famous temple there (go to Bulguksa and Seokkuram). 4. While in Seoul, go to a Norae ...

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Nahbi Guest House for Backpackers
90 %

Nahbi Guest House for Backpackers

Noseodong 121-7 3F, Gyeongju Gyeongsangbukdo (Map) - Hostel
pleasant stay with service very friendly ,family atmosphere , my prefered accomodation for my trip to Korea
Modorine Hostel
89 %

Modorine Hostel

5-4, bungmun-ro 55beon-gil , Sunggundong, Gyeong-j (Map) - Hostel
Gyeongju Guesthouse
86 %

Gyeongju Guesthouse

138-2 Hwango-Dong (Map) - Hostel
The location is excellent, a couple of minutes from the railway station. It is down an alleyway on the left hand side and if you get to the traffic lights you have gone too far.
Homo Nomad Hostel
84 %

Homo Nomad Hostel

166bunji, Sajeong-dong, Gyeongju Si Gyeongsangbuk-do (Map) - Hostel
Han Jin Hostel
77 %

Han Jin Hostel

173-1 GyeongBook-Do GyeongJu City NoSeo Dong (Map) - Hostel
The owner speaks fluent English and is prompt to give suggestions about what to see and how to use the buses. Provides a nice little map with different types of restaurants, ATMs, etc.
Coolzaam Guesthouse

Coolzaam Guesthouse

203-78, Hwang-o-dong (Map) - Hostel
Gyeongju Tour Guesthouse

Gyeongju Tour Guesthouse

136-1 Bukseong-ro Kyeongju S.Korea (Map) - Hostel
Silla Guesthouse

Silla Guesthouse

152-3, Noseo-dong (Map) - Hostel