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We arrived at the Bulguksa Temple complex after a half-hour drive from Gyeongju. It was late in the afternoon on a foggy day with a heavy rain, which probably contributed to a quiet and enjoyable visit. The temple complex is exceptional in its significance for...More
Lovely attraction. The autumn leaves were at peak and plenty of photo opportunities for fall sceneries.
The gardens were well kept and the array of stones stacked in balanced was awesome.
Enjoyed the walk at this well conserved site.
I was really excited to see this place, as I have seen tons of beautiful temples and have heard great things about this one. However, coming around 11am on a Sunday morning made this should-be peaceful place a nightmare. It was completely packed with pushy...More
Another Silla era treasure. Pagodas, a lake, bridges, beautiful gardens. A very wealthy temple and the largest in South Korea. Well worth a visit but the souvenir shop didn’t impress. Loved the colourful lanterns though
The visit to Bulguksa temple was worthy despite it's entrance fee of 5,000 won being higher than most places in Korea. You can visit several pavilions and see the beautiful wood carvings. There are also 2 korean-style stone pagodas.
It's recommend to do this visit...More
Due to jet lag we arrived there only around 11 a.m. and very afraid that it was crowded.However,despite several busses of visitors rather quiet and civilzed.Wonderful experience,well worth the 5 USD entrance fee.Highly recommended.
We were lucky enough to visit Bulguksa in Autumn when the leaves were changing colours and it was just wonderful. One of the most beautiful places we went in Korea, just as lovely as the secret garden at Changdeokgung. I recommend visiting earlier in the...More
Visited the temple in early Nov. and it was really beautiful in autumn. A unique temple with two stone staircases at the front. There was a lake surrounded by colourful autumn trees. Although there were many tourists, the place was not crowded because of the...More
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I would probably have to say that there is much of the site that you would struggle with, as it is no a hill. Once in much of the site is flat, but there are stairs and a lot of the doors would be difficult to step over... More
I would probably have to say that there is much of the site that you would struggle with, as it is no a hill. Once in much of the site is flat, but there are stairs and a lot of the doors would be difficult to step over, and the site and temple are not tarmacked.