North Gyeongsang GuideNorth Gyeongsang is a province of South Korea where Buddhist traditions of the Silla kingdom and the centre of Confucian philosophies meet. Dotted with historic temples and grandiose park reserves, this region is the cultural epi-centre of the country. HotelsFind hotels in Gyeongju, Danyang, Daegu and more.
Popular in North GyeongsangGyeongjuGyeongju is in North Gyeongsang province, South Korea. There has been human settlement at and around the site of the present-day town of Kyongju from the prehistoric period. AndongAndong is a city in North Gyeongsang Province, South Korea. Andong is the self-proclaimed "Capital City of Korean Spiritual Culture", having maintained aspects of the traditional culture of Korea throughout the past 2,000 years. DaeguDaegu, also spelled Taegu, is the fourth largest city in South Korea. Dubbing itself "Colorful Daegu", Daegu is situated in the middle of a wide, flat valley.
In North GyeongsangPohangPohang is a city in North Gyeongsang in South Korea. Pohang is a major industrial city on South Korea's east coast, about 110km North of Busan and about 360km SE of Seoul. UlleungdoUlleungdo is an island to the east of the Korean peninsula. Ulleungdo does not have an airport, so access is only possible by ferries, operated by Dae-A Express and Seaspovill. GumiGumi is a city in North Gyeongsang. Though not a popular tourist destination, Gumi is a major industrial epicenter in South Korea. DokdoDokdo is an island in the east coast of South Korea next to the larger Ulleungdo. YeongjuYeongju is a small city to the North of Andong. It is surrounded by Sobaeksan National Park and other rural attractions. AndeokAndeok-myeon is in North Gyeongsang. Famous for producing honey-sweet apples with a savoury crunchiness. Juwangsan National ParkJuwangsan National Park is in North Gyeongsang province. The park includes part of the Taebaek mountain range and covers a total area of 107,425 km².
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