Travel Visa Information
Participants from outside South Korea may need to apply for a visa at the South Korean Embassy, consulate, or other visa-issuing office in their country of origin.
Ensure that you have a visa in time for the symposium by beginning the visa process early. For information on obtaining your visa, go to http://www.mofat.go.kr/ENG/visa/application/index. jsp?menu=m_40_10
A letter of invitation will be sent by the conference secretariat upon request to help participants to obtain a visa. However, this invitation implies no obligation, financial, visa or otherwise, by the RO-MAN 2013 Organizing Committee. If you would like to receive an invitation letter, please email Ms Mira Yoon at firstname.lastname@example.org
with your paper number and paper title
Bulguksa and Seokguram
Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Designated as UNESCO World Heritage in 1995
Bulguksa and Seokguram were established in the Shilla dynasty, about 1,440 years ago. Jaesang Dae-Seong Kim renovated them during the term of King Gyeongdeok of the Shilla dynasty. The buildings and valuable treasures were burnt and stolen during the Japanese invasion, and all that remained of the original building were parts and a tower in 1920. The buildings were restored through steady efforts for restoration and renovation. About 3 km (9 km via paved road) of hiking from Bulguksa brings us to the famous Seokguram, where Bonjonbul of Yeoraejwasang, the best masterwork of the oriental world, faces the East Sea. Gyeongju is about 45 min drive by bus.
More information about these sites can be found here at the UNESCO World Heritage website.