Trip to Gyeonggi-do Autumn scenery of Yeoncheon Dangpo Castle and Horogoru

Yeoncheon Dangpo Castle 2006) was a fortress of Goguryeo during the Three Kingdoms Period formed by the Imjin River (13 m). It is presumed that this fortress was built to defend Danggae Naru and was an important fortress to defend Goguryeo’s borders and Horogoru. And Yeoncheon Horogoru. In 2006, the 20km-long area of Dangpo Fortress […]

Trip to Seoul ● Fall scenery of Changgyeonggung and Changdeokgung Palace ●

Korea’s five major palaces (the 5th Grand Palace of the Joseon Dynasty) are Gyeongbokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace (the Gyeongung Palace), Changgyeonggung Palace, Gyeonghui Palace (the Gyeongdeok Palace), and Changdeokgung Palace. In particular, Changdeokgung Palace is the only Korean palace designated as a World Heritage Site (1997). Usually, palaces are built symmetrically on flat land for […]

Chungcheong Province Travel ● Chungju City Central Tower Night View ●

Chungju Central Tower (Tappyeong-RI Seven-story Stone Pagoda) is the largest and tallest stone pagoda of the Unified Silla Period. The reason why this pagoda is called the Central Pagoda is that Chungju has been a transportation hub since the Three Kingdoms Period and is geographically located in the center of Korea. -Naver’s Knowledge Encyclopedia- In […]

Travel to Seoul ● From Bukchon Hanok Village to Blue House ●

Bukchon Hanok Village is a hanok preservation area located at Bukaksan Mountain’s foot between Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, and Geumwon (Bison). It is also called Bukchon, meaning Cheonggyecheon Stream and Jongno (Wonseo-dong, Jae-dong, Gye-dong, Gahoe-dong, Insa-dong). Since ancient times, Bukchon has been an aristocratic neighborhood of ancient masterpieces, royal families, and aristocrats. Most of the […]