Banyue City is also called Shi Bingku. This sum is much more famous than Banyue City. Its appearance is very simple and it looks like a tunnel at first glance. Half of the stone ice storage is on the ground and half is underground. When you walk near the entrance of the stone ice store, there will be bursts of air-conditioning. The ground and walls are made of granite, and the top is arched with vents. The floor of the ice store is sloping to allow the water after the ice has melted to flow away. Finally, a layer of soil is applied to the top of the granite, leaving only vents. When storing ice in such an ice store, straw is used to insulate it. In ancient times, the ice preserved here was the highest-class snack of the upper class in summer. The surrounding scenery is pretty good, and I think it’s fine to take a look on the way, and there is no need to make a special trip.
It is a royal palace in the Silla era. It has a history of many years. The city is named after the shape of a crescent moon. You can also feel the luxury of the royal palace at that time and personally think it is a must-see in Gyeongju. One of the attractions
Historical buildings, but after modern transformation, I have already experienced it and feel very good.
Banyue City is the Dalingyuan Heritage Park, the core area of the World Heritage Park opposite, but it is now enclosed, and there is only one stone monument left.
Only through this open space, I can imagine the prosperity of the Silla dynasty in the past. In fact, it was not very big, that is, a small city, mainly the city where the Silla King lived here. It was shaped like a crescent moon and called a half moon. In the city, you can come by bicycle, which is relatively convenient. You can also take a beetle car where you can enter for free.
Banwolseong was a palace from the 22nd year of King Pasa in 101 to the fall of Silla in 935. The terrain resembles the first quarter of the moon, which is also called Crescent City and Moon City; it is also the King City where the king lives, also called Zaicheng. It has been called Banwolseong from the Joseon Dynasty until today.