Known as one of the largest and most vitaltemples in the region, Haeinsa Temple is located 40 minutes west of Daegu.Resting in the shadows of Gayasan and Maehwa Mountains, the ancient atmosphereis further enhanced by its UNESCO-recognized Tripitaka Koreana woodenscriptures of Buddhist canon.
Nestled within the ancient streets of Gyeongju, Yangdong Village is visited by tourists seeking to explore Korea’s largest traditional village. With over 160 preserved traditional homes dating over 500 years, visitors can take a variety of walking tour courses throughout the area, or even participate in a ‘hanok stay’, where you can stay over night in a traditional house and get a deep sense of the history surrounding it.
Bulguksa Temple is a sprawling historical compound located in the Gyeongju area. Built in 528 AD, the temple has undergone centuries of restoration to achieve its current pristine state, much to the enjoyment of the millions of visitors that the site has attracted over the years.
Constructed over 1200 years ago during the Silla Dynasty, this is a giant statue sculpted from granite that attracts local and international visitors, particularly during a sunrise, when the views and peaceful stillness adds to the atmosphere.
Andong’s Hahoe Village possesses over 600years of tradition and well-maintained architecture, along with varying site-seeing tours, exquisite food experiences, and traditional entertainment and performances.
15 Jinhyeon-dong, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do