First built in 1101 during the Koryo Dynasty, this temple was rebuilt in 1403 in memory of Korea's founders. During the ... More
First built in 1101 during the Koryo Dynasty, this temple was rebuilt in 1403 in memory of Korea's founders. During the Korean War, the building was burnt down but later rebuilt again, this time by Buddhist nuns in 1964. Presently, 15 nuns live here. Inside the temple, there are living quarters and four small halls including the Kstitigarbha with all the judges, a shrine for the Bodhisattva who alleviates suffering in the nether regions. People come here to light lamps in memory of the departed. There is also a shrine for Amitabha, the deity of Pure Land Buddhism, with all the enlightened disciples.
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 ...
This is one of the largest children's parks in Asia. It includes a zoo, a botanical garden, an amusement park,
outdoor concert stages and physical training facilities. In spring and fall, many young children and their teachers can be ...
Come and experience authentic Korean traditions firsthand. On either side of this street are many antique shops, Korean paper goods
shops, picture framing stores, Korean tea houses, Korean restaurants and much more. Enjoy the various events such as traditional ...
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