Gyeongsangbuk-do in South Korea, from Asia region, is best know for Specialty Museums. Discover best things to do in Gyeongsangbuk-do with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
4.5 based on 434 reviews
If interested in Korean history or culture, or the Silla Kingdom, this is a fabulous museum. It is a small gem but it has a lot to offer. Not to be missed.
4.5 based on 307 reviews
This is a "must see" when visiting Andong, South Korea. The village is a visit into Korea's past and lets you appreciate the simple, yet interesting, lifestyle in the interior of the country. This UNESCO site will allow you to relax while enjoying sites, food, drink, and fun! TIP: try the local apples, chicken, and soju (Korean alcohol) with their own flavors!
4.5 based on 74 reviews
A remarkable place filled to the brim with exotics. There are a huge variety of things on sale - from vegetable seeds to wonder fresh produce. An amazing array of seafood - both fresh and processed.
Clothes of all variety many many more things.
Well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
It is worthwhile to climb the steps to pass the 4 gates to reach "paradise" or "heaven". This is one of the most revered landmarks in So. Korea. At the top is a beautiful temple with a golden Buddha. There are explanations in English about the history of the site and the temple. This is not an easy climb and not for the disabled in any way.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
C1 ( 2015.04.25 )
This park was very beautiful view, and many people walking though road. This park's road could pass big 3 old gate, and walk some trail. In the park, there was mesuem, drama set place, and some attraction. Especially, I felt good walking with smell, sight, air. Excellent park..
4.5 based on 29 reviews
The Island of squid and pumpkin candy is also interesting because of it's natural pristinity and great hiking.
Though tourism seems to be increasing some, we were still the only two westeners on the island.
Heaven for seafood lovers, but don't miss out on their medicinal cow meat.
Spend a couple of days on a round trip or lounge out for a week on the north coast.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
I must said the transportation to cheongsong is not that easy cos there are not many buses going there.We took a local bus which has no number from cheongsong bus terminal to juwangsan terminal. Bus ride about 25 to 30 min.There is a tourist information next to the bus terminal,so you can get a map of the park.We choose the shortest hiking route,which take about 2 to 21/2 hr return.The path is not difficult to walk ,no big slope or steep area to watch out,i saw many with baby stroller.young children and many grandparents enjoying walking on the path .It take about 5 to 6 hr to complete the whole hiking route.( to some may be 4hr depending how fast you go).There are many little stall and restaurant along the way to the park,so you can fill up your stomach and water before you start the hike.,there are few resting stop along the hike so you can go to the washroom or just relax on the benches.I think it will be beautiful in autumn,nevertheless it is nice to have a "slow walk" in the nature.I am not a hiker so juwangsan is a good place for people who wants to enjoy nature yet it is not too difficult to reach.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Geumosan Probincial Park is one of the most beautiful destinations I've visited in Korea. It was easily accessible from Gumi train station with a taxi (Only 4000 Won). The trails were in very good condition and the the park was clean. The views are amazing. We spent 7 hours climbing and hiking. Well worth a day-visit.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
An impressive complex of stone pagodas and wooden shrines.
Bulguksa, Haeinsa and Gyeongbok Palace in Seoul are the top three temples in South Korea. Nice Location and special atmosphere..Watch the stone construction of the main wall which makes the temple more stable against earthquakes. Women in traditional dresses spent Lotus tee for free and even gave us the two white Lotus shaped bowls for free. Touch the bronze pig and you will get rich
4.5 based on 53 reviews
Dosan seowon (seowon means college/academy for secondary education) is considered the intellectual home of Korean confucianism. The seowon consists of multiple buildings including lecture halls, dormitories and Libraries (2 for paper books, 1 for wooden printing boards) and other subsidiary buildings. It is quite beautiful to look at ; you can even sit at the lecture hall and relax/meditate. The complex appears on the back of old Korean w1000 bill and the pavilion across the river appears on the renewed w1000 bill.
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