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Today : 2020.07.08
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Official Tour September 19 (Sat), 14:30~18:30
ITINERARY 14:30  Depart HICO
15:00  Visit Bulguksa Temple
16:00  Move
16:30  Visit Anapji pond & Cheomseongdae astronomical observatory
18:00  Move
18:30  Drop off at Wooyang Museum
  • English speaking guide’s assistance
  • 45-seated deluxe motor coach
  • Tour admission included.
DESCRIPTION Bulguksa Temple, on the southern outskirts of Gyeongju, is one of Korea's best known temples, a monument to both the skill of Silla architects and the depth of Buddhist faith at the time. While most of the wooden buildings have been rebuilt over the centuries, all the stone bridges, stairways and pagodas are original. The temple, originally built in A.D. 535. was enlarged in A.D.751. Today the temple's form is as beautiful and charming as ever.
Cheomseongdae means "Star Gazing Tower." Built during the reign of Queen Seonduk in 634, it is the oldest existing observatory in Asia. It has 27 levels of stones in a round shape with four sets of parallel bars to make a square-shaped structure on its top. The ends of the parallel bars jut out several inches from the surface and might have been a support for a staircase used to reach the top. This stone structure is a beautiful combination of straight lines and curves.

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