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been here once, and hope to go there again someday again! performances were beautifully choreographed. you can see replicates of the drama scenes from Queen Seondok. If you're a historic kdrama fan, this is a place that you should definitely go. beside this historic theme...More
I went there on a rainy day (just a light rain), so I am not sure whether they canceled the show because of the rain or the show does not exist any more. I spend 1 hour in the park, and I only spot the...More
Little bit short for understanding Shila.
it was cool right after being built. Because there were various shows and events. But time goes by, it became little bit disappointing.
When i visit in other countries, i think Shlia culture is as unique as theirs. it...More
I was the most exciting for this attraction for my Gyeongju trip as I love the show Queen Seondeok which was shown in 2009. This sparks my interest to find out more about the ancient kingdom of Silla.
However, my expectation fall short when I...More
The park is very gimmicky. It is intended for Korean tourists more than for foreign visitors. I was very thankful that the tickets had been a gift and I hadn't paid the regular entrance fee which was quite high compared to other "historical sites." The...More
It is a theme park, model on ancient Silla period buildings. It was the set for some TV drama as well. I watched the evening lighting and story show. Quite impressive though I cannot understand Korean at all, still manage to understand the storyline
I have been to this place with my friends and the price is expensive unless you live in Gyeongju and are able to get discounts. Anyway, got a cheap price to go and the area is big but it was crowded with alot of tour...More
It's both closed and open. There are no performances, no activities, shops and cafes are closed; basically it looks abandoned. But you can still buy a ticket (₩5000) to go in and have a look at whatever that was built... More
It's both closed and open. There are no performances, no activities, shops and cafes are closed; basically it looks abandoned. But you can still buy a ticket (₩5000) to go in and have a look at whatever that was built - Emile Tower replica of a traditional Silla village, crafts huts, drama sets, stages, etc. If you are a fan of sageuks then the drama sets will be the highlight of the deserted place.