[Haeinsa] weekend regular program

One night two day program, Gyeongsangnam-do


Price List(Won)

Days Adult(20+) Student(up to 19) Pre-schooler
One night two day program 60,000 KRW 60,000 KRW 50,000 KRW

Program Information

weekend regular program

Eighty Four Thousand Dharma Teachings, flowers in the spring and fall foliage in the autumn, all attract people to their mind.
The true appearance of the world can’t be seen through the delusions and dreams that cloud the mind. When these dreams and illusions come to a stop, then the true face of the world can be seen for the first time. In a similar way, nothing can be reflected in water that is agitated, but everything is reflected, just as it is, in water that is still. The ancients expressed this state of mind which has left all delusion behind as being like still water reflecting anything in front of it. This can be one origin of the name Haeinsa, which implies a seal or impression (In) on the sea water (Hae), as if the temple is pointing towards this original tranquil mind with its name.
Haeinsa was founded during the reign of Shilla King Aejang (802 C.E.) by Ven. Suneung and Ven. Ijeong, who were carrying on the teaching of Ven. Uisang (625-702 C.E.)
After that, when Ven. Heerang rejected Gyeonhweon and assisted Goyreo King Taejo, the king repaid him by designating Haeinsa the Goryeo National Temple.
During the Joseon Dynasty, a great set of sutra tablets from the Goryeo Dynasty were enshrined at Haeinsa, which is why the temple is known as the “Dharma Treasure Temple.” Since the number of wood blocks in this collection of sutra tablets totals 81,258, the entire set is known as the “Eighty Thousand Tripitaka Sutra” collection in Korean, but is often called simply the “Tripitaka Koreana” in English.
The creation of the Tripitaka dates to the Goryeo Dynasty reign of King Gojong (1237 C.E.), when the ruling government created the collection over a period of 11 years in order to repel the invasion of the Mongol hordes, using the power of Buddhism. The building in which the collection is stored is called the Panjeon, and it has been designated a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, while the collection itself has been designated a World Cultural Record asset. After been repaired during the Joseon Dynasty reign of King Seongjong (1488 C.E.), it looks today as it once did in ancient times.
The Panjeon Hall housing the tablets is famous itself for its natural design, which features different sized windows facing north and south to allow for air circulation, and an earthen floor made up of layers of ash, lime, salt and sand in order to control humidity. Haeinsa is also considered a “Chonglim Temple”, featuring a Seon (Jap: Zen) Room, Sutra School, and Precepts School, which are called together the “Haein Chonglim.” Haeinsa is also known for being the temple where the legendary Supreme Patriarch of the Jogye Order, Ven. Seongcheol (1912-1993) resided for many years, until he entered Nirvana.


Haeinsa offers a regular two- day Templestay program, a two day freestyle program, and a five day/four night training program in the summer. Rugular templestay program features monastic formal meals, Seon Meditation, and a variety of programs that allow for a deeper feeling for the teachings of Buddhism. Participants in Haeinsa’s program can have the unforgettable experiences of hearing the sound of the throbbing Dharma drum pierce the crisp, clear, early morning air, and visiting the mountain hermitages above the temple, where many great old monks live.

Two-day regular program runs on weekend. Satureday to Sunday. Clothes will be offered. Please check the schedule as below.

There are lots of amazing places to see in addition to Haeinsa temple.
It would be a good idea that you arrive earlier to have some time to look around.


Schedule

the first day

Time Title
15:00~17:00 Registration
17:10~18:00 Video Watching & Temple Manners
18:00~18:30 Dinner
18:35~17:20 Bell Pavilion & Evening Ceremony
19:20~20:00 Walking Meditation
21:00~00:00 Light out

the second day

Time Title
02:50~03:10 Wake up
03:17~04:00 Early morning ceremony
04:10~05:30 108 prostrations & Seon practice or Walking Meditation
06:00~07:00 Breakfast
07:30~09:00 Tripitaka Koreana and Temple tour
09:00~10:00 Tea time with a monk
10:00~11:00 Free Time (Preparation for closing)
11:00~00:00 Lunch
.


What to prepare

* A uniform ( a vest and pants ) is provided during the stay. * What to bring : toiletries, a personal water bottle, loose clothes for sleep, an extra t-shirt, sneakers, and socks. Remember that a sleeveless shirt or flip-flops are not recommended.


Payment & Cancellation Policy

  • Refund
    3days before : 100%
    2days : 70%
    1days : 50%
    the day : regard as participating

Regulation

  • keep the Temple’s rules and regulations for the program.
    Please keep the noble silence during your stay.
    No smoking, no alcohol

Way to Temple

From Gangnam

-Take the bus M6427 at Gangnam (or Sinnonhyeon or Nonhyeon or Banpo) station.
-Get off at Gimpo Transit Transfer Centers/Hangaram/Solteo Maeul.
-Transfer to a bus No. 60-2, No. 700 or No. 700-1.
-Get off at Onsu-ri stop with additional 15~20 minute walk.

Seoul train station ~ Dongdaegu train station by train.
Dongdaegu train station ~ Seobu Bus Terminal by subway
-Get off at Seongdangmot station and then move to Seobu Bus Terminal.

Daegu Seobu Bus Terminal-Haeinsa Temple
The buses run every 40 minutes.
It takes 1 hour and half by bus.
Haeinsa bus stop is the last one.
You can get off at one stop before the last one.
You need to walk for 25 minutes to get here.
Or you can take a taxi at the last bus stop, which costs 5,000 won.
The trail to get here is so beautiful that I recommend you walk here.

From Gimpo Airport

-Take a bus No. 60-5 at the following stops;
(1) Gae-hwa Checkpoint (near Gae-hwa station, subway line 9)
(2) Gimpo Airport International (Bus stop No. 16-997)
(3) Gimpo Airport Domestic (Bust Stop No. 16-781)
-Get off at Jeondeungsa South Gate or East Gate

Seoul train station ~ Dongdaegu train station by train.
Dongdaegu train station ~ Seobu Bus Terminal by subway
-Get off at Seongdangmot station and then move to Seobu Bus Terminal.

Daegu Seobu Bus Terminal-Haeinsa Temple
The buses run every 40 minutes.
The buses run every 40 minutes.
Haeinsa bus stop is the last one.
You can get off at one stop before the last one.
You need to walk for 25 minutes to get here.
Or you can take a taxi at the last bus stop, which costs 5,000 won.
The trail to get here is so beautiful that I recommend you walk here.

From Incheon International Airport

-Take Incheon Airport Railroad train at Incheon Int'l Airport
-Get off at Geom-am station
-Go out through exit No. 1
-Take a bus No. 700 or No. 700-1
-Get off at Onsu-ri stop with additional 15~20 minute walk


Seoul train station ~ Dongdaegu train station by train.
Dongdaegu train station ~ Seobu Bus Terminal by subway
-Get off at Seongdangmot station and then move to Seobu Bus Terminal.

Daegu Seobu Bus Terminal ~Haeinsa Temple
The buses run every 40 minutes.
The buses run every 40 minutes.
Haeinsa bus stop is the last one.
You can get off at one stop before the last one.
You need to walk for 25 minutes to get here.
Or you can take a taxi at the last bus stop, which costs 5,000 won.
The trail to get here is so beautiful that I recommend you walk here.

Seoul Nambu Bus Terminal~Goryeong Bus Terminal

Seoul Nambu Bus Terminal-Goryeong Bus Terminal
07:50, 10:00, 12:40, 15:00, 16:50, 18:40

Goryeong Bus Terminal~Haeinsa Temple
The buses run every 40 minutes.
The takes 40 minutes by bus.
Haeinsa bus stop is the last one.
You can get off at one stop before the last one.
You need to walk for 25 minutes to get here.
Or you can take a taxi at the last bus stop, which costs 5,000 won.
The trail to get here is so beautiful that I recommend you walk here.

Goryeong Bus Terminal ~ Seoul Nambu Bus Terminal
7:30, 9:25, 11:25, 13:25, 15:55, 17:25

From Busan Seobu sasang Bus Terminal to Haeinsa Temple

From Busan to Haeinsa Temple
Take a bus to Goryung at Seobu Sasang Terminal at 7:05,8:20, 9:25,10:30, 11:40, 12:50, 14:00, 15:10, 16:10, 17:00, 17:50, 18:40,
and then take a bus to Haeinsa Temple at Goryung Bus Terminal in Busan. The buses run every 40 minutes. And then you can walk up to Haeinsa for 20 minutes or take a taxi at the last bus stop which costs 5,000won.

Contact Info

  • 09:00 ~ 18:00
  • If you have any problem in making a resrvation, please send me e-mail or call me for reservation.
  • Lina Kim 055)934-3110 cel 010-4763-3161 haeinsa2@templestay.com

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