Checked-out of Seoul on Sunday morning and took the train south to Daegu and a bus to Gyeongju – the old capital of Korea during the Silla dynasty. A lot of the traditional architecture is still around here which I’m loving. When I was in Seoul, I was surprised by the amount of modern steel, cement, and glass structures.
I have to get going and be on my way to Busan so I’m going to keep this post short.
Here are some Gyeongju highlights – Buddhist temples, Silla grave site (the mounds!)! I admit though that I’m having a hard time with my photography – I don’t feel like I’m capturing the right shot. I’ve been getting a bit frustrated. But I’m going to keep on trying.
Until next time…