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South Korea

 

The Temple Of Gedong Engonga

The splendor of ancient temples, culture and hospitality of the locals, carefully preserved traditions combined with modern technology and new life style. Colorful markets, folk village, which recreates the everyday life of Koreans as it was a few centuries ago, a dynamic and Seoul, the shopping capital of East Asia.

There are a few good resorts for mountain skiing, for example, Yongpyong on the East coast or the Alpine ski resort near Seoraksan National Park. The ski season lasts from December to March. If you love to play Golf, you will approach South Korea. In the country there are approximately 60 sites. In South Korea, are also common activities in closed spaces, such as Billiards, bathing in the hot springs and classes in Taekwondo, a traditional martial art.

Attractions

In Seoul you can visit the Royal palaces of the Joseon dynasty — today in their territory museums were opened. Located in the capital of Military history and national museums of Korea, as well as cultural complex Sejong — the largest in the country performing art center.

The ancient city of Gyeongju, the famous ancient temple of Bulguksa, which features the Emile Bell diameter more than two meters and a height of 3.78 m. a Masterpiece of Buddhist art is the granite temple Seokguram grotto with a magnificent statue of the Buddha. In Gyeongju Continue reading

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