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[Jeondeungsa] One Step Pause(Relaxation) 1 night 2 days

Free-style Templestay, Incheon , 82-32-937-0152

Price List(Won)     Only 1 to 1 nights can be booked.

Night(s) Adult(20+) Student(up to 19) Pre-schooler
1 50,000KRW 40,000KRW 40,000KRW
Night(s) Adult(20+) Student(up to 19) Pre-schooler
1 50,000KRW 40,000KRW 40,000KRW
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Program Information

One Step Pause Templestay (Relaxation)

One-Step Pause Templestay is a free-style program held all the year round.
If you attend the Yebul (Buddhist ceremony) in the morning and evening and take meals on time, you can manage the rest of your time at the temple by your own will.
We provide English translation service for foreign participants.

* Adult - over 20 year old ( Korean age )
* Student - below 20 year old , (university student is an adult)
* Temple food is for vegan vegeterian. ( no meat, milk, egg, cheese, fish and garlic )


Schedule

1st Day

Time Title
00:00~15:00 arrival & registration
16:30~17:00 Orientation
17:00~17:30 Temple Dinner
17:50~18:00 Striking a Bell
18:00~18:30 Yebool
19:00~04:00 rest

2nd Day

Time Title
04:30~05:00 Yebool
06:00~06:30 Temple Breakfast
07:30~08:00 Ulyeok (Communal Work)
09:00~10:00 Tea Time With a Monk
10:30~11:00 Cleaning Up & Check-out
11:30~12:00 Temple Lunch

Ulyeok (Communal Work)

Ulyeok means working together. It is also called Unyeok which means gathering individual power like cloud. In secular world, labor means a part of our life but especially in Seon sect., Ulyeok has another meaning, that is one of the important practice in the Buddhist temple. There is a famous story about Ven. Baekjang, who was a Buddhist monk in Tang Dynasty, China. Despite his age 90, he did Ulyeok everyday. One day, his disciple worried his teacher’s health. So he hid his teacher’s plow. And then Ven. Baekjang didn’t have a meal that day. His disciple asked him the reason why he did not eat whole day. Then, Ven. Baekjang said, “A day without work, a day without food” This story refers that practice does not separate from our daily life.


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

* 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

3 days notice : 100% refund
2 days notice : 70% refund
1 day notice : 50% refund
No refund on the day of arrival
(Full refund in case of program cancellation due to weather conditions)


* Adult - over 20 year old ( Korean age , university student is an adult)
* Student - below 20 year old

* In the next page, there is a part "Option pay"
that "Option pay" is about the room for your staying.
All the rooms are public room during the weekends, so you may use the room with other participants, separated by gender.

We have 3 different rooms.
1. (Weol Song Yo) -Adult: KRW 80,000 for 1 night, included the restroom & shower room

2. (Gang Seol Dang) -Adult: KRW 70,000, included the restroom & shower room

3. Regular Room -Adult:KRW 50,000, use the public restroom & shower room


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

How to get to Jeondeungsa temple 전등사


***Recommendation
1) Come out exit no.2 of ‘subway Gure Stn.구래역 in Gimpo gold line 김포골드라인’.
2) Take a bus no.70 (bus stop no.35-195).
3) Get off at Jeondeungsa Dong mun전등사 동문 after 30min. riding.
4) Walk up to the temple

From Seoul station 서울역
1) Take a bus M6117 at bus stop no.02-685(in front of the station post office서울역전우체국) with an hour driving.
2) Get off at Gure Stn. 구래역 (bus stop no.35-195).
3) the same way as recommendation 2)

From Gangnam 강남
1) Take a bus M6427 at Gangnom stn.exit 4 , Shinnonhyeon stn. exit 5 or Express bus terminal stn.exit 8-2.
2) Get off at Gure Stn. 구래역 (bus stop no.35-195).
3) the same way as recommendation 2)

From Gimpo airport 김포공항
1) Take a bus no.60-5 at Gimpo airport domestic(김포공항국내선 bus stop no.16-781) or Gimpo airport international(김포공항국제선 bus stop no.16-997).
- 8:40, 10:40 or 12:40
2) Get off at Jeondeungsa Dong mun전등사 동문 after 1.5~2hr. riding.
3) Walk up to the temple

From Incheon International Airport 인천국제공항
1) Take Incheon Airport railroad train(공항철도) to Geom-am stn(검암역).
1-a) or take a subway to Gure Stn. and follow the recommendation.
2) Come out exit no.2 and cross the street, then get on the elevator.
3) Take a bus no.70 and get off at Jeondeungsa Dong mun전등사 동문 after 30min. riding.
4) Walk up to the temple

From Hongik Univ. stn. 홍익대학교, 홍대입구역
1) Come out exit no.2 of subway Hongik univ. Stn.홍대입구역.
2) Take a bus no.2000(red color) and get off at Jeondeungsa Dong mun전등사 동문 after 1.5~2hr. riding. (Mon-Sat 8:30, 11:40, 13:10)(Sun 8:50, 13:40)
3) Walk up to the temple

Contact Info

  • Summer Time 08:30~18:00 / Winter Time 09:00~17:30
  • Seokhun 82-10-3789-0152 jeondeungtemple@gmail.com

Jeondeungsa Programs

Price List(Won)

(The amount in parentheses is the amount per night.)

Night(s) Adult(20+) Student(up to 19) Pre-schooler
1 50,000KRW 40,000KRW 40,000KRW