[Seoraksan Baekdamsa] New Year's day Sunrise templestay

One night two day program, Gwangwon-do


Price List(Won)

Days Adult(20+) Student(up to 19)
One night two day program 100,000 KRW 100,000 KRW

Program Information

1night2day Templestay: That's all right when it falls.



The sound of water in Baekdamsa Valley where morning dew shines brilliantly invites you to take a break from hustle and bustle routines.

Templestay is a cultural program which leads you to experience the daily life of the practitioners at temples who have preserved the history and traditional culture of Korean Buddhism for 1700 years.

It has become the place for members of the society such as families, students, and groups to communicate to each other and experience various programs.

Templestay provides an opportunity to have a special happy travel in mountain temples, to discover the true beauty of Korea and to gain a precious experience where beautiful nature history and culture breath alive.

Please call 033 462 5035 for further inquiry.


Schedule

1

Time Title
14:00~15:00 Room assignment
15:00~17:00 108 prostrations
17:00~18:00 Dinner
18:00~19:00 Yebool
19:30~21:00 Welcome
21:00~23:00 Korean traditional play (Yut-nolee)
23:00~23:40 Making a New Year's Wish
23:50~00:00 Ringing the Dharma Bell

2

Time Title
05:00~06:00 Departing to the East Coast
06:00~07:00 Moving to the sunrising spot
07:20~08:40 Sunrise observation
09:00~10:00 Traditional New Year's day soup: Ddok-guk, sliced rice cake soup
10:00~10:30 Departure
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Yebool

A day of the temple begins with Yebool. Yebool is a ceremony that we pay respect to the Sakyamuni Buddha, Bodhisattvas and all his diciples. It affords a chance for self-reflection of practice. In the Buddhist chanting, it contains that Buddhists take refuge in the Buddha, Buddha's teachings and Shangha (the community of Buddhist monks and nuns), and wish to be a buddha through practice constantly. While you are listening to Buddhist chanting, you will feel calm and purified mind


What to prepare

Toiletries, towels, hot water bottle and any warm clothes including a hat and globes if necessary. Baekdamsa usually have heavy snow in Winter and colder than other places in the S. Korea. * Please remember that a sleeveless shirt, flip-flops, and slippers are not recommended. * Temple uniform (a vest and pants ) soap, toothpaste are provided during the stay.


Payment & Cancellation Policy

  • Please leave your contact detail with email address and tel. or mobile phone number. You will need to receive an email from us in order to confirm your booking.

    Please let us know if you need to pay by cash upon arrival.

Regulation

  • Precautions

    Please avoid drinking alcohol and smoking in the temple.
    Please turn off your mobile phone and leave it to the office during your stay.

    The operation of shuttle buses from Yongdaeri to Baekdamsa enterance can be restricted if there is heavy snow during the winter. You may have to ready for hiking for 7km, which takes you around 1 hour and half or 2 hours. Enjoy the peace with untouched snowy surroundings of the deep mountain. Good luck!

Way to Temple

How to get to Baekdamsa

Public transportation

Bus

From Seoul: Take a direct bus from East (Dong) Seoul express bus terminal → Get off at Baekdamsa (Yongdae-ri) Bus stop → walk up for 1km towards Baekdamsa shuttle bus stop → take the shuttle bus to Baekdamsa

From Sokcho: Take a bus from Sokcho bus terminal to Baekdamsa (Yongdae-ri) → get off at Baekdamsa (Yongdae-ri) bus stop → cross the road and walk straight up for 1km to shuttle bus stop → take the shuttle bus to Baekdamsa

* Shuttle bus operation time varies depending on the weather condition such as heavy raini or snow. Please check the detail with the ticket office (033.462.5009) or Templestay office (033.462.5035 Eng.)

Contact Info

  • +82-33-462-5035 baekdamsa@hanmail.net

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