You can explore attractive attractions in the cities of Gyeongju, Andong, Mungyeong…

Cheomseongdae Observatory

This is an architectural work to observe the universe and celestial bodies during the Silla period. Legend has it that the main purpose is to predict the fate or big and small events of the country.

Jusangjeolli Cliff

Jusangjeolli Cliff in Gyeongju has fan-shaped stone pillars, and is still growing on a larger scale.

Seokguram Cave

Inside Seokguram Cave is a large Buddha statue.

This is an artificial stone temple, built on Toham Mountain in Gyeongju during the unified Silla period.

Yangdong noble village

The largest village in Korea still retains its natural features and traditional culture of the ancient nobility.

National Buddhist Temple

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This temple is classified as the number one scenic and historical spot in Korea.

The `flower` of glorious Buddhist culture still preserves many treasures and delicate artistic architectural features such as Daeung Palace, Geungnak Palace, and Dabo Tower.

Hahoe Village

The village has the Nakdong River flowing around it in an S shape, so it is called Hahoe.

Steamed chicken alley and mammoth bakery

Andong Traditional Market is a destination not to be missed.

Sinse-dong Flower Wall Village

An interesting village with small and winding streets.

Rail bike in Mungyeong

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M​ungyeong has 4 stations that offer rail cycling services.

Renovated from a coal railway 20 years ago, this is the first place in Korea to have bicycles running on rails.

Schisandra wine

Omynara is where you can watch the wine making process live using omija (schisandra) fruit, a unique local fruit.

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Thanh Tuyet