Must see! Very beautiful and if you walk through the place, you would think that you became a king who built the park
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Ignoring the advice of other reviewers regarding the beauty of this site at night, I visited during the day around mid-morning and was rewarded with the place to myself (besides staff). As a result, I could wander at my leisure in relative peace and view...More
I can recommend to visit the Anapj Pind as well during the day as when it's dark. Its beautifully illuminated during the dark and you can see the reflections in the water. I would combine it with an evening walk through the parks where the...More
Woji/Anapji pond was also the site of a palace. They've rebuilt a couple of the pagodas, which gives you a great feel for how it would have looked. You can also see the outline of the old buildings and appreciate the scale. The largest pagoda...More
I reccomend you to visit here at night though there's a long line. Can't say no more this night view is awesome. It's faster to enter here using credit card than cash. Don't forget to stamp it on the travelers' booklet outside of Anapji. It's...More
Loved the scenery of this pond, beautiful especially at night. Would recommend to visit in the evening as its cooling and relaxing to go for a walk. Located near the Cheomseongdae Observatory.
No amount of sageuk watching could have prepared me for this magnificent view at Donggung Palace and Wolji Pond in Gyeongju! This place is seriously breathtaking after dark. We did the audio tour, which was very informative.
You want to go here. I was here during the sunset. It's maybe better to go there during the day and then during the night (darkness hours) - check the opening/closing time. The lights are very beautiful on the temples.
This place was really nice for walking by yourself or with your friends and family. All the buildings in the pond are so beautiful and even mysterious. A kind taxi driver who took me to the place kindly guided me at the pond and shared...More
Important historical site which now has three open restored pavilions. There is a small walking track around the pond which has some lotus flowers. Apparently beautifully lit at night. Located across the road from the museum. Buses 10, 11 and others from the station or...More