Gyeongju, 19 October 2012. Gyeongju map that we get from tourist information kiosk. It’s good to start your day by visiting the kiosk to ask for direction, bus number, where to wait etc. They usually prepare with bus numbers for attraction that we want to go. Initially, I don’t intend to go to Bulguksa Temple
Hanok ialah istilah bagi rumah tradisional Korea. Senibina rumah ini unik. Bayangkan ratusan tahun dahulu, tanpa elektrik, rumah ini mampu memberi haba ketika musim sejuk, dan mampu mengekalkan kesejukkan semasa musim panas. Ondol ialah jenis tempat tidur tanpa katil & hanya menggunakan lapisan cadar tebal. Ondol is a bed-less sleeping place that using only mattress.
I met Helen on my first day arriving in Gyeongju. As I told in my previous post, I have a hard time finding my guest house, thus the lady owner come & pick me up…LOL. She’s a sweet lady, staying with her little son & husband in the hanok style guest house. Soon after I
Annyeonghaseyo yorobun ^_^ 18th October 2012 Long journey from Kuching – Kuala Lumpur – Incheon – Seoul – Gyeongju. ~~ Read my previous travelogue: – [Korea2012] Day 1: Kuching – LCCT – Incheon – Seoul – Gyeongju – [KOREA 2012]: Day 1 ~ Singyeongju Station, Gyeongju, Gyeongsang-do Taking one of the bus from Singyeongju Station,
Annyeonghaseyo. Gyeongju is the historical city of South Korea. It is equivalent to Melacca of Malaysia, but in greater scale. The whole Gyeongju downtown is full scatter with royal tombs, temples, museum & historical places from way back since Shilla Kingdom Period, and most local house & building still using old-style roofing that give very