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Gyerim Forest

1, Gyo-dong, Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do 780-160, South Korea
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it's a small forest

Locate near with other tourist spot. I think it is a so small forest that you can walk around 15-20... read more

Reviewed 31 October 2016
Angel E
Jakarta, Indonesia
Just for a stroll.

Not much for a forest & things to see. Just a stroll to get to Choseongdam Observatory. The... read more

Reviewed 16 July 2016
Ernawati P
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31 Oct 2016
“it's a small forest”
15 Jul 2016
“Just for a stroll.”
1, Gyo-dong, Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do 780-160, South Korea

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Reviewed 31 October 2016

Locate near with other tourist spot. I think it is a so small forest that you can walk around 15-20 mins and you will already finished seeing everything. It's like a miniature of a forest and an ancient house in it.

Thank Angel E
Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

Not much for a forest & things to see. Just a stroll to get to Choseongdam Observatory. The surrounding areas like the Gyeongju Hyanggyo & Gyodong Choessigotaek are much more interesting.

Thank Ernawati P
Reviewed 12 March 2016

If you are looking for something to see INSIDE the gyerim forest area, sorry you will be extremely disappointed, I was there in early March and there's nothing at all besides a tombstone and a pavilion, it's just an area with the story of a...More

1  Thank Jacqueline A
Reviewed 13 November 2015 via mobile

I came to see this as I was here in autumn and wanted to see the leaves changing colour. Its a small "forest" which you can walk around and see some nature, but its not something you should come out of your way for, luckily...More

Thank LukeytaO
Reviewed 4 October 2015

Walk the meandering path that twists and turns between trees and over a small stream. No bikes allowed!

Thank teacherk6
Reviewed 5 April 2015

It is much more like a small lightly wooded area, but it does have some very old trees. It is quite moody, but doesn't take up much of your time.

Thank tombillinge
Reviewed 18 November 2014

Gyerim Forest is "in between" Cheomseongdae Astronomical Observatory and Gyochon Traditional Village. It's a nice place to chill after exploring Gyochon Traditional Village. This forest feels like in the storybook tales. Big old trees, love the "green" nature smell that totally refreshed us. Bring the...More

Thank Tracy T
Reviewed 7 October 2014

We spent hours here, walking around this forest and its surroundings. It has beautiful ancient trees, pasture, fields of wild flowers abound. I took some truly amazing pics here. So relaxed with a few school children and visitors. Bring a camera enjoy the freshness!

Thank Sheryl A
Reviewed 21 June 2014

Passed by this forest as part of our very sedate experience on the "insect bus" that took us all round the surrounding park. The forest is steeped in history and today serves as a pleasant place where we rested in the shade of the ancient...More

Thank elsiek
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