Gyeongju Bomun Tourist Complex Opens in 1979


Meaningful Days of Korean History

Gyeongju Bomun Tourist Complex Opens in 1979 +

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Bomun Tourist Complex is an international tourist resort located in Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do.

The Gyeongju Tourism Development Plan was finalized in August 1971, and construction began in 1974 and was designated as Bomun Tourist Complex in 1975.

In April 1979, the first stage of construction was completed and the first site was opened as a tourist complex.

The complex, built around Bomunho Lake, a route to the eastern Bulguksa Temple and Tohamsan Mountain district, is equipped with a tourist resort and various cultural and leisure facilities.

The Bomun Tourist Complex was designated as a hot spring zone in 1991 and a special tourist zone in 1994.

At Gyeongju Expo Park, where the comprehensive cultural fair will be held, there is an 82-meter-high Gyeongju Tower, which is designed with the nine-story wooden pagoda of Hwangnyongsa Temple, where you can see the Bomun Complex at a glance.

Shilla Millennium Park, where state-of-the-art outdoor epic plays will be performed as a complex history theme park, and Tejium Gyeongju, a teddy bear exhibition space, are also popular attractions for visitors.
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