Located very close to the COEX mall, this temple is one branch of the main Chogyesa Temple downtown. Founded in 794 in the ... More
Located very close to the COEX mall, this temple is one branch of the main Chogyesa Temple downtown. Founded in 794 in the Silla Kingdom, it has a very long history indeed. A unique feature of the temple is that it has 3,479 plates containing 13 different sutras. Visitors should also be sure to examine the wooden nameplate hanging under the eaves of the temple. The calligraphy was written by one of the greatest Korean masters, Chusa Kim Jeong-hui.
Check out a GIANT Buddha statue inside. The place is fantastic. Check out how serene and calm it is inside the temple premises in spite of being right in the centre of the city.
You can also check out the Temple lanterns, They're really nice; I was unfortunate to see them in the evening, when they're lit.
Located in downtown Seoul, across from City Hall, this palace was built as the main residence for the kings of
the early Chosun Dynasty. Among all the palaces in Seoul, this palace exhibits the first Western style building, Sokjojon, ...
This peaceful place is named after Master Doseon, who built the temple in 682. Doseon was a learned monk with
a deep knowledge of astronomy, geography, and geometry. He strongly believed Buddhism would flourish at this auspicious location at ...
Built in 1405 by King Taejong, Changdok is the best preserved of all of Seoul's palaces. It has its own
unique architectural beauty and is divided into four main components: Central Palace, Piwon (known as the secret garden), Naksonjae, ...
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