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The Jinjuseong was absolutely beautiful. We visited this old fortress between 8-10 in the morning, early May. It was fresh and a nice way to start our day by walking around. The grounds are quite large and house the Jinju National Museum as well.
Nice to walk around on a sunny day. Beautiful temples, statues and park.
They even have explanations in English here which is useful if you want to understand what it's all about.
I found the museum so-so. If you're on a tight schedule you could...More
The jinju floating lights festival is for 2 weeks in the end of October in every year. If you pay 1000 krw under $10 for festival, you enjoy watching the decorated lights at jinju palace and nam liver. There are tons of the street food...More
I was on a business trip and had some free time one morning so I walked over to this historic site from the hotel. It is a very nice, well worth the time if you are in the area. It's good representation of the area...More
I was quite taken up by this attraction for it is well kept and beautiful! The commanding view over the meadering river was just magnificient!
KRW 2000 for the entrance fee is well worth paying for the historical attractions and the museum within this old...More
This fortress is settled along the Nam River, where a battle took place with the Japanese. There are many great photo ops, and the history is incredible. I would recommend visiting during the annual Lantern Festival in early October.