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Private Tour of Junam Wetlands and Haeinsa Temple
"Upon pickup from your hotel depart by air-conditioned private vehicle for Junam Wetlands Park. Relax during the 2-hour drive west of Busan to Changwon City. Your knowledgeable private guide prepares you for the exciting day ahead with information about the sites. When you reach hop out of your minivan for a big dose of nature as you explore on foot with your guide. A common place to study birdlife Junam Wetlands is home to thousands of winter waterfowl — including the white-naped crane spoonbill baikal teal bean goose and mallard — and summer birds such as the Chinese oriole
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Junam Wetlands and Haeinsa Temple Tour
"After you’re picked up from your hotel in Busan relax aboard a comfortable coach during the 2-hour drive west to Changwon City. Then continue to nearby Junam Wetlands Park a 705-acre (285-hectare) habitat for thousands of winter waterfowl — including the white-naped crane spoonbill baikal teal bean goose and mallard — and summer birds such as the Chinese oriole great leed warbler
From $175.00
 
Andong Day Trip: Hahoe Folk Village from Seoul
"You’ll be picked up from your Seoul hotel in the morning and taken by air-conditioned coach through Andong to Buyongdae Cliff located approximately 3 hours away near the Taebaek Mountains. From the summit get an amazing bird’s-eye view of Hahoe Folk Village; you’ll learn how the name of this cliff meaning ‘lotus’ is said to reflect the village’s configuration of a lotus flower. Continue driving through UNESCO World Heritage-listed Hahoe Folk Village a traditional village from the Joseon Dynasty and visit the Hahoe Mask Museum
From $206.00

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Martyr Mountain

Martyr Mountain is in the southern part of Jeonju next to one of several rivers that run through the city. The mountain is the final resting place of 6 Catholic missionaries who were killed for their...
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DeukJin Park

the park lies to the north of Jeonju close to Chonbuk national university. Towards the end of the summer thousands of lotus flowers bloom in Deukjin pond. It's quite beautiful. All through the summer...
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Maisan

Maisan is east of Jeonju about and hour away by bus. It's famous for the twin rocky mountains that lean away from eachother, that look like Horse ears. The Mountain is famous for Tapsa (temple) Over a...
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Gaeksa

Gaeksa is the city centre. The buildings date from around 1471. . Gaeksa was used to accomodate important visitors. Rituals to honour the king were also held here. It's a meeting place for many as...
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JEONJU INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

This festival is quite a young festival but it seems to be growing in popularity by year. There are hundreds of movies from around the world to be seen. It's definately worth going for a weekend if...
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Happy New Year

This gate is all that remains of the origional wall that surrounded Jeonju during the Chosun dynasty. There are various festivals that are held here throughout the year including the Pungnamun gate...
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Buddha carved into a cliff

This buddha image is really quite impressive. It is virtually unknown among many Koreans and travellers alike; for which reasons I have no idea. It is located maybe a 45 minutes easy hike past...
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NonSan's Kwan chok temple

Kwanchoksa boasts Korea's largest stone buddha. construction began in 968AD and was finished some 38 years later. The temple is quite attractive though it is located very close to a semi-busy road...
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Martyrs Mountain

Mt Chimyeongja can be seen from many places in Jeonju. The mountain houses many important relics including the remains of the Yu family who were excecuted in 1801. The mountain is very important for...
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Tapsa (temple)

Located at the foot of Maisan is Tapsa. It is famous for the mysterious 80 towers of rocks that were all built by one may (Yi Kap Ryong) some 100 years ago. The pagodas took 10 years to complete and...
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Gyeongijeon shrine

It's one of my most favourite places in Jeonju. It's a peaceful park near the centre of town. I enjoy sitting in the cool shade of the trees in the summer months. Many old men hang out in the park in...
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KumSanSa in the winter

Kumsansa was one of the first places I fell in love with in Korea. It's a huge temple complex nestled away from the city in green mountains. I have been there many times since and always get that...
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Jeonju Paper Museum

The Hansol paper museum records the history of paper making and usages since the age of the Egyptians. There is an interesting movie shown in english upon request. Most of the signs are in korean...
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sonyudo phosphorus

I've never seen it before.. only in movies. it was magical and the night that I saw it, I declared it the number one natural wonder of the world. Science folk were trying to explain it to me, but...
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