It is the place where the state banquet was built during the Silla era. There are only a handful of halls in it. The rest are full of greenery, surrounded by layers, and suddenly there is a feeling of entering a fairyland. The scenery is beautiful.
Gyeongju, 80 kilometers to the north of Busan, was the former capital of the Silla Dynasty, where the Sui Dynasty sent the Tang Dynasty to the Tang Dynasty, contended for the three Koreas, unified the peninsula, and enjoyed the country for thousands of years. After 20 centuries of wind and frost, the ancient tombs are lonely and the deserted hills are lonely. Fortunately, the ordinary people who love the land and the hometown of the contemporary era have been repaired and protected over the years, so that the ruins of the broken well have been restored to the beautiful scenery of the good time. The Jincheng relics such as Zhanxingdae, Yayanchi, and Dalingyuan have finally been listed as World Heritage Sites. The prestigious tourist destination attracts tourists from all over the world to come and pay their respects.
This place is the name card attraction of Gyeongju. It used to be the banquet venue of Silla Kingdom. It is also very beautiful when reflected by the pool in the middle of the pavilion that can not be changed. Especially when you come here at night, it will be more beautiful. The suggestion is to come in the evening and wait until the evening to leave. It used to be deserted before, and only the wild geese and ducks remain, so it has another name called Wild Goose Pond. It is a paid attraction but it is worth coming, just across from Banyuecheng. There is also a stall near the entrance of egg pancakes which are delicious, but a bit expensive.
The view is good, it's good to come here to take a photo
South Korea’s oldest history book "Three Kingdoms" (AD1145 creation) records that King Munmu of Silla (BC57-AD935) (AD661-681 reigned) 14 years (AD674) ordered to dig a lotus pond in Miyagi to make a hill , Plant flowers and plants, and feed rare animals. Wild Goose Pond is the lotus pond dug out at that time. It is located in the northeast outside of Wolseong (a Silla-era city built in AD 101). According to the findings of the excavation in 1974, the current wild goose pond is nearly circular and was rebuilt along the revetment stone. Wild Goose Pond is the most magnificent place in the palace of the Silla era, and also has the most gorgeous lotus pond. The Goose Pond has a spherical shape of more than 200 meters from east to west and 200 meters from north to south, with a total area of more than 5000 square meters.
It’s just to the east of Gyeongju Castle, which is about 3km away from Wolseong-dong. This well-preserved garden belongs to the former palace of Prince Donggong. There was no one here for a while, so if there is only one left here The next big geese and ducks have now been changed to Donggong and Yuechi. The night view here is quite beautiful. If you are recommended to come over, it is best to come at dusk and wait until the night is gone. The inside is quite large, so you can take a stroll.
Wild Goose Pond is the site of the Silla Palace. It used to be the place where the country held a banquet when the country met an event or greeted important guests. Now there are only three main halls remaining, two of which were rebuilt on the original site. With the restoration model of the Goose Pond, it can be seen that the scale was still very large.