Gyeongju, a city located in the southeastern part of the Korean Peninsula, served as the capital of the Silla Kingdom (BC 57-AD 935) for almost a millennium. In recognition of the historic temples, ruins, monuments, and artifacts that can be found throughout the city, the government designated the entire area as a National Park. Notably, Gyeongju is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple, Gyeongju Historic Areas, and the historic village of Yangdong.
Today, Gyeongju is a popular tourist destination for visitors from both Korea and abroad, who come to admire the breathtaking autumn foliage or cherry blossoms in the spring. The city is also increasingly recognized as a convention destination, thanks to its blend of old-world charm and cutting-edge facilities. For more information on tours, please refer to the link below. (https://gjrang.kr/en/info/Guidebooks.do)