- Bulguksa Temple
- Bulguksa Temple and Seockgulam Cave Bulguksa Temple was established in 528 CE during the Shilla Period. In 751, Temple was reconstructed by one of the shilla prime minister. But he passed away before temple was finished. It took around 30 years to finish it. Temple is known for its remarkable architecture because it was built at the height of Buddhism the Shilla period. Buddhist doctrine and practice systems are part of the design and construction. Stone and wood architecture blend harmoniously to reveal the skillful of the Shilla craftsmen. There are 14 national treasures. Seokguram Cave was constructed the same shilla period. This is manmade cave hermitage. This cave could be considered the holist place in Korea, and the Buddha statue is the representative of the Korean Buddhism. UNESCO named Seokguram Cave and Bulguksa Temple World Heritage Sites in 1995.
- Yakchunsa Temple
- Yakchunsa Temple stands against the backdrop of Halla Mountain, to the east of Jungmun, where the Pacific Ocean lies in open view. The springwater of Yakchunsa has been known since ancient times to quench thirst and cure illnesses, and water is treasured by the locals. Venerable Hyein founded Yakchunsa in his plans for a great temple that would make Buddhism more prominent. Work on the compound was began in 1981, while construction on the Main Buddha Hall began in 1988. The Buddha Hall, the Five Hundred Arahat Hall, the Beomjongru, the Beopgoru, and the Yosache halls were built over eight years, and were completed on September 15, 1996.
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