Gyeongju Yangdong Village – UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE
Yangdong village is situated in Gyeongju city at the south of South Korea. It is the biggest traditional village remaining in Korea. It has a history of over 600 years!
What Works Well
This video invites the viewer to take in a walking tour of the grounds at Yangdong village, a 15th century town recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
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