Gyeongju Tour (1 Night 2 Days)

Perfect tour of Gyeongju

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  • 경주Gyeongju Tour (1 Night 2 Days)
  • 경주Gyeongju Tour (1 Night 2 Days)
  • 경주Gyeongju Tour (1 Night 2 Days)

Tour issue

▶ Minimum tour start pax is 2
▶ If the minimum pax. is not filled before the tour date, the tour will be canceled


A wonderful Reflection of Korean’s ancient culture and outdoor museum.
Come share an experience in seeing beautiful parks, thrilling cities, ancient temples,
the remarkable natural scenery and most importantly, friendly people through our tours.

* Seokguram
An artificial stone temple made of granite which is designated as World
Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995
* Bulguk Temple
Established during the Shilla Dynasty, this temple is designated as
a World Cultural Asset by UNESCO in 1995 the beauty of the temple
and the artistic touch of the stone are known throughout the world

What you can expect

▶ Seasonal beautiful scenery
▶ An ancient culture of Korea
▶ UNESCO registered sites


▶ UNESCO prooved tourist attraction
▶ Seokguran
▶ Bulguk Temple


Daerengwon → Cheomseongdae Observatory → Weolsung → Seokbinggo → Anapji Pond
  1. 대릉원.jpg The Daereungwon Tomb complex in Gyeongju holds 23 tombs that are found inside of large mounds.  The complex is beautiful with its rolling mounds and gardens, but the real treat can be found inside the tombs.  A walk through Daereungwon Tomb is like a walk through a dream and makes for one unforgettable experience.  Each tomb holds thousands of relics that gives us great insight into the Silla Dynasty and its royal family.  The contents of these tombs are over 1,500 years old and a great treasure to anyone who values Korean history and artistic beauty.  Be sure to hit up the Daereungwon Tomb in Gyeongju while in Korea.
  2. 첨성대.PNG An Astronomical Observatory Cheomseongdae is a stone tower well known as the oldest astronomical observatory in the East. Designated as National Treasure No.31. Cheomseongdae is about 9 meters in height and looks like a round bottle. This stone tower was made by laying 27 stones in a neat pile on the square foundation stone and by putting a square stone on the piles like a lid and has a window 1 meter in length and height toward the south. This architecture is highly valued for the beauty of an elegant curve and the exquisite harmony between a square and a circle.
  3. 경주월성.jpg Banwolseong (Half Moon Fortress”), also commonly known as Wolseong Palace, is the site of the royal palace compound of the Korean Silla monarchy at their capital in Gyeongju during the Silla and Unified Silla periods (57 BCE-938 CE). The name comes from the approximate outline of the palace walls which were shaped like a crescent moon. Banwolseong has been also known as Sinwolseong or Jaeseong, which means where the king resides.Banwolseong was built in 101 by King Pasa to protect the royal palace. Today the ruins of the palace can still be visited as part of the Gyeongju Historic Area and is designated as Historic Site #16.Seokbinggo,a famous ice-house on the site, was used during the Joseon Dynasty. The storage facility is considered important for its architectural technique and the magnitude of the structure. Seokbinggo is Treasure #66.
  4. info_photo_1677_1.jpg The Gyeongju Seokbinggo is a seokbinggo or ice house located in the neighborhood of Inwang-dong, Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang province, South Korea. It literally means ""stone ice storage"" in Korean. Gyeongju Seokbinggo was originally built as a wooden storage in the Wolseong Fortress by the buyun (county magistrate) Jo Myeong-gyeom  in 1738, the 14th year of King Yeongjos reign during the Joseon Dynasty. It was moved to the current place four years later, which can be verified by the keystone scripts on the entrance and the monument standing next to the storage. The old seokbinggo site still remains about 100m west from the current one. The Gyeongju Seokbinggo has been designated as the 66th Treasure of South Korea in 1963 and is managed by the Department of Culture and Tourism of Gyeongju.
  5. 안압지4.jpg According to the historical records of ‘Samguk-sagi,’ Anapji Pond was built during the 14th year of King Munmu (in power 661-681 AD) of the Silla Kingdom (57 BC-935 AD). Small mountains were created inside the palace walls, beautiful flowers were planted, and rare animals were brought in to create an exquisitely exotic garden fit for royalty. The pond was originally built in Wolseung Fortress (erected in 101 AD during the Silla period), but the fortress was destroyed and now lies in ruins. In 1974, an excavation project revealed large spherical shapes (measuring 200 meters in diameter and 180 meters in height) which indicated that 3 islands had been located in the pond. Thanks to these important findings and existing historical records, Anapji Pond has been restored to nearly its former glory. Imhae jeonjiAs one of the detached palaces of the Silla royal family’s main palace, this structure was used as the crowned prince’s palace. Imhaejeon is historically the most important building on the property and records often refer to the whole area as ‘Imhaejin.’ An excavation resulted in the discovery of several buildings: Hoerang (corridor area), Anapji Pond, and five towers in the western part of the area. Some sites have been restored while others have been left in their natural state with only the cornerstones poking out from beneath the ground.

Why Cosmojin

Welcome to CosmoJin. Thanks for your interest and support for our service.

Cosmojin travel has run Seoul daily city tour for more than 17 years. We developed the most attractive tour packages for travelers and will continue to create new programs to meet international traveler’s need.

Our mission is to make every step of your tour simple! Traveling should be all about playing and no hard work, don’t waste your time to find your way! Simply travel with CosmoJin, we will do the rest. With so many activities waiting to be discovered, our goal is to connect travelers with the experiences you want and need!

With the professionally trained guides from Cosmojin, offering the best of the best tour for you. The perfect tour will make your travel and memories of Seoul special.
Cosmojin is always after the professionalism.

Tour Included

▶ Professional Guide
▶ Transportation
▶ ★★★ Hotel
▶ Tickets for the tour

Tour Excluded

▶ Meal
▶ Personal expenses

Pick-up Service

▶ Hotel (In Seoul only)
▶ City Hall (@ 08:00 am)
▶ Hotel (Jeju)

Sending Service

▶ Hotel (In Seoul only)
▶ City Hall

Payment / Cancelation

▶ After reservation : 30% of cancellation fee
▶ 1 Day before the tour date : 70% cancellation fee
▶ No show on tour date : 100% of cancellation fee


▶ Cosmojin cannot take responsibility for any injuries or losses incurred while on tour
▶ ★★★ Hotel as standard
▶ Twin room is set as standard
▶ For single room, 60,000 KRW will be charged

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