Gyeongju Rural School is quite large, with a group of ancient buildings including Daesungjeon. There were also activities when I went there. Several young people wearing traditional hanbok were playing traditional games. It was quite fun to see them playing, and it felt quite transcendent. Next to the township school is the school village, all of which are traditional or antique houses, and there are many homestays. There is a famous comfrey restaurant next to it, and there is a long queue every day!
Gyeongju Rural School is still very lively in this generation, because the school village is here and there are many people in an area, and it is not very big inside. You can go in and stroll around. In fact, it is the old school. The functions around here are mainly for the noble children to learn and communicate here, as well as for meetings. The inside is relatively large, and it is very convenient to ride a bicycle outside, but if you come from the site area, it is a little far away. It takes about 10 minutes to ride a bicycle.
This is an antique village. There are many handmade items in it, including making glass products, painting, etc. However, lunch was not open at the time, and we planned to return from Bulguksa Temple, but it was too late. The cooking here is a bit not very good, but the shops didn't write the opening and closing lunch time, it is more convenient for tourists to make it clear.
beautiful place! There are also traditional Korean villages where residents live and have been passed down from a hundred years ago to the present. It is a good place to learn about and observe ancient Korean architecture and humanities! Unfortunately, many old houses are being built, and cars and trucks have destroyed the landscape. But on the whole, it is a very special attraction. It is an open-air museum. It is highly recommended!
You can experience Korean traditional games and traditional food, as well as activities such as glass making, earthenware, and etiquette learning. If you are interested, you can also apply for Hyanggyo Stay to experience the feeling of living in it.