Cheomseongdae in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province
I went to Cheomseongdae in Gyeongju, where many foreign tourists visit.
Cheomseongdae, known as the world's oldest observatory, was built during the reign of Silla's Queen Seondeok.
The feature is that it still maintains its old appearance.
Seeing Cheomseongdae from various locations, it seems that the architectural style only found in Cheomseongdae, which was built by Silla, gives a sense of the unique atmosphere of Silla.
Looking from a far, the majesty of the Cheomseongdae was felt, and seeing how it was built and kept intact for a long time, it seemed amazing how it was made so solid.
So, in the gold crown and architecture that symbolize Silla, Cheomseongdae seemed to be the most unique building.
In addition, there are many flowers blooming according to the season around Cheomseongdae.
Beautiful flowers such as canola, daffodil, tulips, lotus, cosmos, and pink muhly are in bloom, making it a popular date for lovers.
So I was saw wedding photography and couples, families, and friends taking pictures.
I could see a lot of pretty and beautiful flowers in one place, so you can even get a wonderful picture.
Cheomseongdae is said to be one of Gyeongju's three great night views. So I saw a night view
The Cheongseongdae night's lighting was so beautiful that it looked different from the day.
Every time the color changes, the colorful lights change different in every moment
The figure of Cheomseongdae came very nicely.
If you're traveling to Gyeongju, we recommend you stop by Cheomseongdae where you can remember Silla's old memories!