S.Korea, Busan, Beomeosa Temple 범어사

Beomeosa Temple, Beomeosa Station, Line 1, Exit 5.  (take a cab to the temple if you do not want to walk up the hill, it will cost appx W2500 – W3000) This temple was founded in 678 AD, close to the Busan city, it is a great get away from the city and crowd. The…

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South Korea,Gyeongju, Bulguksa Temple

Bulguksa Temple, take bus No 10 or 11 from Gyeongju Station, appx 30mins.  Bulguksa Temple (Temple of the Buddha Land). The temple is one of the Korea best known temple for its testimony to the skill of Silla architects and the Buddhism faith during that time. The temple is in the Unesco World Heritage List. The…

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South Korea, Busan, Jagalchi Fish Market

Jagalchi Fish Market, Jagalchi Station (Line 1), exit toward Sindonga Market Korea largest fish market popular among tourists and locals for its plentiful of seafood selections.  This place is seafood lover paradise, so never leave this place without having a nice seafood meal especially raw fish. Eating raw fish in Korea is completely a different…

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South Korea, Gyeongju 경주,Tumuli Park, Wolseong Park (Cheomseongdae), Anapji Pond

Gyeongju, is city of museum without walls, located at the south-east of the Korea peninsula.  It was the capital of Silla dynasty and remained as its capital for almost 1,000 years.  It is a city where modernization harmonizes with history and traditions.  Everything you see, touch are dated back into the century.  Walking in Gyeongju city is…

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South Korea, Busan, Taegeukdo Village, Gamcheon Culture Village 감천문화마을

Taegeukdo Village, Gamcheon 2-dong (Santorini of Korea),  Toseong Station (Line 1) exit 6 Taegeukdo Village (Gamcheon Cultural Village) is one place that you should not miss if you are in Busan.  It has started to become popular recently and has been featured in a Japanese movie by Kimura Takuya and also in some local game…

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