Gwangju hosted two first round matches and one
2002 World Cup Match Reports.
Sunday, 2nd June:
Spain vs Slovenia (3:1)
Tuesday, 4th June:
China vs Costa Rica
Saturday, 22nd June:
1/4 Finals Game B:
Spain vs South Korea
South Korea win 5-3 on penalties.
Located in the southwestern of the Korean peninsula, the center of
Honam region, Gwangju is one of Korea's seven largest cities, with a population of 1.4
Chungshimsa temple is located at the western foot of Mt. Mudungsan.
This biggest and oldest temple in Mudungsan mountain was designated as cultural material
Mt. Mudung (1,187m) stretches from the eastern edge of Gwangju-city,
to Damyang and Hwasun. Famous stones Kyubong, Ibsok-dae, and Sosok-dae, and temples
Chungshim-sa, Wonhyo-sa, and Yaksa-sa are located around the peak.
Gwangju National Museum:
114 Bakmulgwan-lo Street, Maegok-dong, Buk-gu, Gwangju.
Buses to Seoul leave every 5-10mins and take
around 4 hours. Busan takes 4hrs 10mins and buses leave every half
an hour, between 6:00 and 19:30. Many more routes around the country.
The Super Express connects Gwangju with Seoul
in 4 hours, while the Express takes half an hour longer.
Listing of hotels and inns around Gwangju.
Matches in Korea.
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