[Korea] Exploring Yeoju in a day!

[Travel in October – November 2016]

Introducing Gyeong-gang Line that opened in September 2016. Gyeong-gang line that runs from Pangyo Station to Yeoju Station that makes day trip to Yeoju alot easier by a transfer from Shinbundang Line. All thanks to 2Day1Night, they introduced this new line as part of their Sejong The Great episodes, hence we got to know this easier way to travel to Yeoju. King Sejong is one of their most respectable king in their history. In fact, he is the one whom create the Korean characters that all Koreans now able to read news even they doesn’t go to college. If you still find his name unfamiliar, he is the one who appeared on your 10,000won note!

here’s some sharing of the Yeoju trip 🙂

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It took us 1.5hours to travel from Sinsa to Yeoju station.
If you staying around Seoul Station, it will takes you roughly 2hours to Yeoju station 🙂
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Korean characters around the station.
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So much of attractions all over Yeoju!
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Hello King Sejong!
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Tourist Information Centre where you get to buy the tickets.
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So this ticket get us to Silleuksa Temple where we will visit as our intention of taking Hwangpo Sailboat.
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You know autumn is here, looking all the red orange yellow maple leaves 🙂
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Entrance of the festival.
Oh yeah, we happened to visit the temple during a festival haha!
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Feels 🙂 I started to think that everyone should visit Korea during Autumn to know how beautiful Korea can be.
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So the greedy us decided to buy some food and be part of the festival hahahaha!
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Odeng is a must, and we ordered a pajeon too! :p
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Some exhibits for the festival 🙂
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Everyone started to stand around all this long “oven” waiting for…
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Sweet potato hahaha! It’s free, and we thought we need to pay for it! HAHA
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Walking around and saw this! Ginseng, alot of ginseng!
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Fried ginseng!
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Heading for our Sailboat ride! 🙂
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As this festival, we didnt actually get to take a “full” ride but good enough haha 🙂 Take a little scenery around and having fun taking videos and photos.
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[UNESCO World Heritage, Historic Site No. 195] Royal Tomb

We took a cab from the Silleuksa Temple to the Royal Tomb at around 10,000won (roughly 16mins journey)

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During King Sejong’s ruling, Jang Yeong-sil is one of the inventor that noticed by King Sejong whom invented design for water clocks and rain gauge. You will get to see the following mentioned in photos.

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#water clock
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Entrance to the tomb area 🙂
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King Sejong’s tomb.
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[UNESCO World Heritage, Historic Site No. 195] Royal Tomb
269-50, Yeongneung-ro,
Neungseo-myeon, Yeoju-si, Gyeonggi-do
경기도 여주시 능서면 영릉로 269-50
Closed on Monday

Silleuksa Temple at Yeoju
73, Silleuksa-gil, Yeoju-eup, Yeoju-gun, Gyeonggi-do
경기도 여주시 신륵사길 73

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