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Introduction of Gwangju
Gwangju is the birthplace of a modern democratic movement in Korea. The history of civil resistance is well portrayed and preserved at the Square of Democracy, established in commemoration of the May 18 Democratic Uprising, and the National Cemetery. Today, Gwangju hosts the annual World Kimchi Culture Festival and Biennales. Other top tourist sites include the Mudeungsan Provincial Park and Chungjangno, known as “the street of youth.”
Recommended Destinations
Gwangju National Museum
May 18th National Cemetery
Chungjangno Street
Mudeungsan Provincial Park
Gwangju Biennale Hall
Kimdaejung Convention Center

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List of all tourist destinations by popularity
Theme Destination Region
Industrial Tours Gwangju Kimchi Town (광주김치타운) Nam-gu Gwangju
Village Experiences Gwangju Pyeongchon Village (광주 평촌마을) Buk-gu Gwangju
Temples Mugaksa Temple (무각사) Seo-gu Gwangju
Industrial Tours Asia Culture Center (국립아시아문화전당) Dong-gu Gwangju
Cultural Districts Geumnam-ro Street (금남로) Dong-gu Gwangju
Monuments Wolbongseowon Confucian Academy (월봉서원) Gwangsan-gu Gwangju
Museums Gwangju Folk Museum (광주시립민속박물관) Buk-gu Gwangju
Exhibition & Memorial Halls Yeongsangang River Culture Pavilion (영산강문화관) Nam-gu Gwangju
Rivers & Lakes Gwangjuho Lake (광주호) Buk-gu Gwangju
Walking 5·18 Memorial Park (5·18 기념공원) Seo-gu Gwangju

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