On one side of Wolseong Fortress in Gyeongju, which is said to have been used as a royal palace during the Silla Dynasty, there is Seokbinggo, an ice warehouse built in the 18th century during the Joseon Dynasty.
Seokbinggo, which is dug underground and has three ventilation holes on the ceiling, is said to have stored ice in winter and used in summer.
Gyeongju Seokbinggo, which has the most perfect appearance among Korean Seokbinggo built in the 18th century, is the only relic that welcomes tourists in Wolseong, Gyeongju, where there is no splendid appearance as a Silla royal palace.
On the way to Wolseong Seokbinggo in Gyeongju, you can see a long Wolseong horizontally in front of Gyerim after passing Cheomseongdae from Daeneungwon, and if you go up the Wolseong Hill Road in the Silla Millennium Royal Palace, you can see Seokbinggo for a long time.
|Address||449-1 Inwang-dong, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
경상북도 경주시 인왕동 449-1
|More Information||Historic Site No. 18|