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.
From the Gyeongju Travel Guide
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
pleasant stay with service very friendly ,family atmosphere , my prefered accomodation for my trip to Korea ... more
Gyeongju and its food
Hwangnam bread http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Korean.cuisine-Gyeongju.bread-01.jpg Today it was all about local drinks and delicious dishes . Gyeongju is famous for Hwangnam bread,a sweet bread the size of a cookie. It's really just a small pastry with a filling of red bean paste andwas a treat ...
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