[Beopjusa] [All is Well] Nourishing the mind and body with the power of 1500 years.

One night two day program, Chungcheongbuk-do

Price List(Won)

Days Adult(20+) Student(up to 19) Pre-schooler
One night two day program 70,000 KRW 70,000 KRW 60,000 KRW

Program Information

Experiencing? Nourishing!

This program is exactly for you, who need healing and also experience the Korean Buddhism and culture.

Most of us are thrown into confusion when we experience failure and breakdown.

In the situation we easily become harsh on us, telling us we're pathetic.

You know what,

It's okay to be wrong. It's okay to be felt lost.

Pain as pain, sadness as sadness.

From the first step admitting self as it is.

ALL is Well. Everything will be okay.

Praising ourselves for having patiently walked through the difficult path of life,

Would you join us whisper the words of comfort; 'All~ is Well'.

With the words of calmness,

you would be able to go back home with nourished body and mind.

Beopjusa Templestay will be by your side.


Day 1

Time Title
14:00~15:00 Check-In
15:00~15:50 Orientation
16:00~16:50 Temple tour
16:50~17:30 Dinner
18:00~18:00 Yebul (Buddhist Ceremony)
21:00~04:00 Lights Out

Day 2

Time Title
04:00~04:25 Wake Up
04:30~05:00 Yebul (Buddhist Ceremony)
05:00~05:40 108 Prostrations
05:50~06:30 Breakfast
08:30~09:30 Absorbing the forest
10:00~11:00 Experiential Program
11:10~11:30 Lunch
11:30~12:00 Check-Out

108 Prostrations

The practice in Buddhism is constantly lowering oneself. Prostration is one of the method of Buddhist practice to take refuge in The Three Jewels (the Buddha, the Dharma and the Sanga), to respect for others, and to keep a humble mind in Buddhism. By lowering one's body, being humble towards world and oneself, and uniting into one with altogether, 108 times of prostration will be an another way to find oneself. The number 108 represents all the defilements; the worldly sufferings. Whenever we prostrate, we put down each of defilements, reflecting on ourselves. 108 prostrations time is the time to learn to lower ourselves, and also fulfill our mind with freshness.

Absorbing the forest

As we walk in the forest, pretend that we're absorbing the nature around us. The greens, the fresh air, the fresh sounds, the fresh water... Everything around us as we walk are fresh and we're also the part of it. All the stress, all the gloomyness in our minds will wash away the the freshness. Let's breathe with the nature, let's absorb the forest.


Learn the temple etiquettes and concept of Buddhism, and also the short history of Beopjusa Temple.

Temple tour

Temple tour is not only visiting the Buddhist temple but experiencing Korean Buddhism and culture. Korean Buddhist temples have been the bedrock on which brilliant Korean culture has been blooming over the past 1700 years since Buddhism was first introduced to Korea. Various Buddhist cultural properties including the structure, architecture, sculpture, art, craft, Buddhist painting and Dancheong (temple paintwork) contain the teachings of the Buddha.

Yebul (Buddhist Ceremony)

Twice a day at Korean temples, during the early morning and evening, people pay their respects and make offerings to Buddha through a special ceremony called Yebul. The ceremony begins with the playing of the four Buddhist instruments: the Dharma drum, temple bell, wooden fish, and cloud-shaped gong.

What to prepare - Winter Season

* A uniform ( a vest and pants ) is provided during the stay. * What to bring : toiletries(including towels), a personal water bottle, loose clothes for sleep, extra clothes for winter season, sneakers for hiking, and socks. Self-defence from the cold is required, thick jacket would be good.

Payment & Cancellation Policy

  • Refund

    3days before : 100%
    2days before : 70%
    1day before : 10%
    the day : regard as participating / 0%

    Only when climatic change or natural disaster happens : 100%


  • ※ Please keep the Temple’s rules and regulations for the program.

    1. A temple is a place for spiritual practice. Please refrain from loud talking, singing, smoking, drinking or excessive displays of affection.

    2. Please be on time and observe the templestay's schedule.

    3. Hapjang or holding palms together is a common way of exchanging greetings in a temple, especially to the monks and nuns. Also, whenever passing through the Buddha's Hall, please bow by placing palms together.

    4. This Templestay is the time for listening and communicating within yourself, truly recuperating.

    5. Instant keeping your valuables in a safe placing is available, whenever you want us to.

    6. Entering the temple, you are not allowed to carry your wheel suitcases. Please bring shoulderbag which is light to carry.

    7. Remember sleevelessness or flip-flops are prohibitted.

Way to Temple

Public Transfortation

Take a bus of which the final destination is Songnisan (속리산) Terminal.

Even though they call the bus a direct route, there might be short stops at Cheongju(청주) or Boen (보은) for a rest room or having more passengers on way to Songnisan. Please don't get off until you reach the last destination of Songnisan (Sokrisan 속리산).

If you're not sure, ask the bus driver showing Songnisan(Sokrisan 속리산) -> this word.

Please Note: If you take the Cheongju (청주) route, your bus will make a brief pit-stop at the Boeun (보은) Bus Terminal. The bus driver and passengers may all get off here. Do not get off! Otherwise you will have to purchase another ticket for the next bus coming through Boeun to Songnisan!

From Busan

[Busan Bus Terminal → Cheongju Bus Terminal → Songnisan(Sokrisan) Bus Terminal]

Busan → Cheongju = 06:30 / 08:00 / 09:30 / 11:30 / 13:00 / 14:30 / 16:30 / 18:00 / 19:30

Cheongju → Songnisan(Sokrisan) = Almost every 30 mins from 06:20 - 21:40

From Seoul

For those departing from Seoul, please go to the nearest terminal out of
Dong Seoul Bus Terminal (Gangbyeon station, Seoul Metro Line #2),
Express Bus Terminal (Line #3)
or Nambu Bus Terminal (Line #3) by subway.

Take a bus of which the final destination is Songnisan (속리산) Terminal.

●Seoul Gangnam Central Bus Terminal (Seoul Metro Line #3, Express Bus Terminal)
? Departure Time: 7AM, 10:30AM, 2:30PM, 5:30PM
? Fee: 16,500 WON
? Duration: 3 to 3½ hours

●Dong Seoul Bus Terminal (Seoul Metro Line#2 Green Line)
? Departure Time:
09:30 / 10:10 / 11:10 / 11:50 / 12:35 /
14:30 / 15:30 / 16:30 / 17:50 / 18:30
? Fee: 16,900 WON
? Duration: 3½ hours

●Seoul Nambu Bus Terminal
? 13:00 / 16:20 / 20:00
? Fee: 16,500 WON
? Duration: 3½ hours

●Cheongju Bus Terminal
? There are many buses from Cheongju to Songnisan beginning at 6:50AM
? Duration: about 2 hours
? Fee: 8,600 WON

Contact Info

  • AM 9 : 00 ~ PM 5 : 00
  • Please contact through email or call the office
  • Jane Kwon +82-43-544-5656 bjtemplestay@naver.com

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