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About Gwangju, South Korea

Gwangju is a city in the southwest corner of South Korea. It’s known for a pro-democracy uprising in 1980. The event is commemorated by the 5·18 Memorial Park, with tree-lined paths and dramatic bronze sculptures, and the 5·18 National Cemetery. East, the craggy Mudeungsan Mountain National Park has striking rock formations. In the foothills, the rebuilt 6th-century Jeungsimsa Temple has a Silla-era stone pagoda.

  • Area: 501.2 km²
  • Districts: 5
  • Weather: 1°C, Wind NW at 0 km/h, 66% Humidity
  • Population: 1.501 million (2017)

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