4 based on 9 reviews
Korea's many beautiful butterfly species and other local insects are found in this festival which is especially popular with families. The butterfly centre is especially popular to see the various live butterflies among the flowers. The festival also puts a spotlight on the local agriculture and produce with various Gardens and displays. The hands-on activities for kids and families makes it a fun experience for families.
나비축제에요. 수만종의 다양한 나비들의 향연. 아이들 생태학습에 엄청 큰 도움이 될거같습니다.
봄에 개최되는 축제라 화사한 봄꽃까지 넝나 기분전환되는 나들이였어요.
4 based on 37 reviews
We took a cab from our hotel (Firenze Hotel) and the cost was about 5000 won. The museum is well-organized and most of the information is available in English. The museum traces the customs of Korea from birth to death. I especially enjoyed the displays of local food since it helped me to identify some of the things we had been eating.
The museum takes 1 - 2 hours to visit and is free. It's next to the Art Museum and you can also walk to the Gwangju National Museum from the Folk museum (ask for directions). It's about a ten minute walk. We visited both museums in the morning.
국립나주박물관은 영산강 유역에 남아있는 고고자료를 보존하고 전시하며 호남지역 발굴매장 문화재에 대한 수장고의 기능을 수행하기 위해 건립되었습니다. 국립박물관으로서는 처음으로 도심이 아닌 전원속에 자리잡은 나주박물관은 바쁜 현대인들에게 느림을 통해 휴식의 시간을 제공하는 역사공원의 기능도 수행할 것입니다. 국립나주박물관은 첨단 기술을 문화영역에 접목한 새로운 개념의 열린 문화공간입니다. 국내 박물관 최초로 스마트폰의 Nfc기술(접촉식 무선통신)을 이용한 전시안내 시스템을 전시실 전관에 도입하여, 관람객이 스마트폰으로 전시내용을 안내받고 이를 다시 Sns상에서 서로 주고 받는 실시간 쌍방향 소통이 가능하도록 설비되어 있습니다. 국립나주박물관은 자연과 유적, 첨단기술이 결합한 21세기형 박물관을 지향합니다.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
CAn energetic jog or a romantic walk. Pungam Reservoir is a great idea. Connecting World Cup Stadium, Yeomju Gymnasium, Lotte Outlet stores & mall, AND entrances to hikes on Keumnam Mtn. Safe, family friendly with spots to use the communal exercise equipment that is ubiquitous in Korea.
4 based on 40 reviews
A nice refurbished historical market opposite the train station with places to eat and drink. Even has a place to wait that will display the train times. Not a long street but packed with interesting little stores selling hand made noodles, a butchers or just small cafes. An interesting mix of old buildings with new store fronts.
3.5 based on 33 reviews
The World Cup Stadium is a fantastic arena that was a cauldron during the Football World Cup in 2002. Since then it has rarely seen the same attention. Gwangju has only recently formed a K-League football team and with little full time support in a city obsessed with baseball and the Kia Tigers match days can feel a little souless. There is a park and a large shopping centre right by the stadium and you can take drinks and food in which is great. The tickets are also cheap at 10,000 won.
If you have a spare couple of hours in Gwangju on match day then grab a pizza and some beers from the store next door and give it a try but I would not make it a "must do" by any means.
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