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Seoul

  • [Bongeunsa] Seoul

    Address : Gangnam-gu Seoul 135-090 Korea73, Samseong-dong

    Tel : ++82-2-3218-4826 / E-mail : bongeunsa@templestay.com
    The Practicing Templefor the Revival of Korean Buddhism Bongeunsa is a millennial Buddhist temple with a long history of over more than 1,200 years old, located at Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, in the ...

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  • [Geumsunsa] Seoul

    Address : 196-2, Gugidong, Jongnogu, Seoul, Korea서울 종로구 구기동 196-2

    Tel : +070-4242-9913 / E-mail : geumsunsa@templestay.com
    Get to experience Buddhist monk's life in Seoul. With 600 years of history as a traditional Korean Buddhist Temple, Geumsunsa is famous for its beautiful surrounding nature in the Mt. Bukhansan(Mt....

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  • [Hwagyesa] Seoul

    Address : Gangbuk-gu Seoul487, Suyu 1-dong

    Tel : +82-2-900-4326 / E-mail : hwagyets@hanmail.net
    Practice together with the foreign monks and nuns at Hwagyesa Temple. Hwagyesa Temple is located deep in the foothills of Samgaksan Mountain, even being close to the city center. It was founded in 1...

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  • [InternationalSeonCenter] Seoul

    Address : 319-11 Sinjeong 6-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, Korea

    Tel : +02)2650-2242 / E-mail : seoncenter@templestay.com
    The International Seon Center is a Seon (Zen) meditation and Buddhist propagation training center as well as a learning facility for Buddhist cultural practices. The overall aim of the center is to...

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  • [Jinkwansa] Seoul

    Address : 73 jinkwan-gil Eunpyung-Gu Seoul South Korea122-944

    Tel : +02)388-7999 / E-mail : jintem@hanmail.net
    Tranquil mountain, SAM-KAK Mt., though it is the same mountain, but differs in its appearances every time you look at it. Depending on the weather, depending on the seasons' change, depending on the a...

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  • [Jogyesa] Seoul

    Address : Jongno-Gu, Seoul55, Ujeongguk-Ro,

    Tel : +82-2-768-8523 / E-mail : Jogyesa01@templestay.com
    A temple where you can experience traditional culture in the middle of the city…. Jogyesa Temple is the representative temple of Korean Buddhism, as it is the chief temple of the largest denomin...

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  • [Myogaksa] Seoul

    Address : 31, Jongno63ga-gil, Jongnogu, Seoul

    Tel : +82-2-763-3109 / E-mail : myogaktemple@naver.com
    That is certainly "I - true self" we should find out. Myogaksa templestay will open your eyes to see our world that is different from other people's world. This will help you know yourself better...

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Gyeonggi, Incheon

  • [Bongsunsa] Gyeonggi-do

    Address : 32 Bongsunsa-gil, Jinjeop-eupNamyangju-si, Gyeonggi-do

    Tel : ++82-31-527-9969 / E-mail : bongsunsa2@templestay.com
    ■ About Bongsunsa National Preceptor Beopin founded a temple called Unaksa in 969, the 20th year of the reign of Goryeo King Gwangjong. In 1469, the 1st year of the reign of Joseon King Yejong...

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  • [Jeondeungsa] Incheon

    Address : Ganghwa-gun Incheon635, Onsu-ri, Gilsang-myeon

    Tel : +82-32-937-0152 / E-mail : jeondeungtemple@gmail.com
    The oldest temple in this historical region … Jeondeungsa Temple is located on Ganghwa Island, which has been a historically significant place from the time of ancient Joseon (i.e. the birth of th...

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  • [Lotus Lantern International MeditationCenter] Incheon

    Address : 85-1, Giljik-ri, Gilsang-myeon Ganghwa-gun Incheon

    Tel : ++82-32-937-7033 / E-mail : lotuslantern.net@gmail.com
    A place for people from all over the world to practice… The Lotus Lantern International Meditation Center, located on Ganghwado Island, is supported by low mountain foothills in the rear, while ...

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  • [Yongjoosa] Gyeonggi-do

    Address : Hwaseong-si Gyeonggi-do188, Songsan-dong

    Tel : ++82-31-235-6886 / E-mail : yongjoosa1@templestay.com
    "A temple full of traditions of filial piety and Buddhist practice." The area around Yongjoosa Temple, the temple well known for its filial propriety, is steadily becoming urbanized. Because of the ...

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Chungnam

  • [Magoksa] Chungcheongnam-do

    Address : 966 Magoksa-ro, Sagok-myeon, Gongju-si, Chungcheongnam-do 32520 South Korea

    Tel : ++82-41-841-6221 / E-mail : magoksa@templestay.com
    Magoksa Templestay How is your mind ? The Buddha often compared himself to a doctor, using the metaphor of a makeshift raft for river crossing to describe his teaching. A hundred diseases have as...

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Jeonbuk

  • [Geumsansa] Jeollabuk-do

    Address : Gimje-si Jeollabuk-do39, Geumsan-ri, Geumsan-myeon

    Tel : ++82-63-542-0048 / E-mail : geumsansa1@templestay.com
    Geumsansa: A Templestay program you’ll never forget. The Geumsansa temple is quietly perched in the western foothills of Moaksan. Like the mountain Gyeryongsan, Moaksan (the so-called Mother Mountain...

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  • [Naesosa] Jeollabuk-do

    Address : 243 Naesosa-ro, Jinseo-myeon, Buan-gun, Jeollabuk-do, Korea

    Tel : ++82-63-583-3035 / E-mail : naesosa2@templestay.com
    A thousand year old temple that will revive both your mind and body… Naesosa is over one thousand years old temple located at the westernmost tip of Korea on the magnificent Byeonsan Peninsula. The ...

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  • [Seonunsa] Jeollabuk-do

    Address : Gochang-gun Jeollabuk-do500, Samin-ri, Asan-myeon

    Tel : ++82-63-561-1375 / E-mail : seonunsa@hanmail.net
    Seonunsa is a place where the spirit of practice is even brighter than the crimson Camellia Flowers… When the Camellia Flowers are blooming at Seonunsa, the place is pack with people. Since the flow...

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Gwangju, Jeonnam

  • [Baekyangsa] Jeollanam-do

    Address : Jangseong-gun Jeollanam-do26, Yaksu-ri, Bukha-myeon

    Tel : ++82-61-392-0434 / E-mail : baekyangsa@templestay.com
    Please, find the spirit of True Self at baekyangsa templestay. Baekyangsa was founded during the reign of Baekjae King Mu (632 C.E.) by Ven. Yeohwan, and was originally called Baekamsa Temple. ...

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  • [Hwaeomsa] Jeollanam-do

    Address : Gurye-gun Jeollanam-do, Hwangjeon-ri 12, Masan-myeon

    Tel : ++82-61-782-7600 / E-mail : hwaeomsa2@templestay.com
    ▲▲The exquisite harmony of Jirisan's fog & Seomjingang's breeze beckons you to come over here▲▲ Hwa Eom Sa temple is literally as same as a treasure house since there are many a cultural heritage th...

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  • [Mihwangsa] Jeollanam-do

    Address : Haenam-gun Jeollanam-do247, Seojeong-ri, Songji-myeon

    Tel : ++82-61-533-3521 / E-mail : dalmaom@hanmail.net
    A beautiful mountain temple at land’s end… MIhwangsa is an elegant and majestic temple located at the Southernmost end of the Korean Peninsula, the so- called “land’s end village”. Here you can see t...

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Gangwon

  • [Naksansa] Gwangwon-do

    Address : 100, Naksansa-ro, Ganghyeon-myeon, Yangyang-gun, Gwangwon-do

    Tel : ++82-33-672-2416 / E-mail : naksansa@templestay.com
    Naksan Temple is located at Mountain Obong, one of three famous mountains, with Mountain Gumkang and Mountain Seorak in the east of the Taebaek mountain range. The name of Naksan Temple originated f...

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  • [Samhwasa] Gwangwon-do

    Address : Donghae-si Gwangwon-do176, Samhwa-dong

    Tel : ++82-33-534-7676 / E-mail : 534-7661@hanmail.net
    The mountain Dutasan has long straddled the region between the towns of Donghae and Samcheok and has been revered as this region’s Mother Mountain. Therefore, the local people believed that the vital...

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  • [Seoraksan Baekdamsa] Gwangwon-do

    Address : Inje-gun Gwangwon-do690, Yongdae-ri, Buk-myeon

    Tel : ++82-33-462-5565 / E-mail : baekdamsa@hanmail.net
    In a layered valley, illuminated by the Buddha-Dharma…. The origin of the name Seoraksan (Seorak means “Snowy Mountain”) comes from the fact that every year, from Korean Thanksgiving Day (early au...

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  • [Sinhungsa] Gwangwon-do

    Address : Seoraksan-ro 1106-1Sokcho-si Kangwon-do

    Tel : +033)636-8001 / E-mail : sinheungsa_stay@hanmail.net
    * Overcoming the threat of two fire disasters, the Sinheungsa Temple was built with the help of fervent prayers. The history of Sinheungsa Temple started with the foundation of a temple called Hyangs...

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  • [Woljeongsa] Gwangwon-do

    Address : Pyeongchang-gun Gwangwon-do63, Dongsan-ri, Jinbu-myeon

    Tel : ++82-33-339-6607 / E-mail : woljeongsa@naver.com
    "Be one with Mother Nature." Situated on the mountain revered as the holy site of the Bodhisattva of Wisdom, Woljeongsa is a mere two hours from Seoul. In the place where nature meets Buddhism, you...

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Chungbuk

  • [Beopjusa] Chungcheongbuk-do

    Address : 405, beopjusa-ro, Sokrisan-myeonBoeun-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do

    Tel : ++82-43-544-5656/+82-10-9528-5655 / E-mail : beopjusa@gmail.com
    The astoundingly beautiful temple, Beopjusa is located in Mt. Songnisan (Sokrisan), one of the most incredible sites in Korea. Peaceful, lush green landscapes of Songnisan National Park is made up of ...

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  • [Guinsa] Chungcheongbuk-do

    Address : Yeongchun-myeon Danyang-gun Chungcheongbuk-do73 Guinsagil

    Tel : ++82-43-420-7397 / E-mail : guinsatemple@daum.net
    Guinsa Temple, located on Mt. Sobaeksan, is the main temple of Korean Buddhist Cheontae Order. The temple serves as a religious center for two million Cheontae Buddhists who follow the Grand Patriarch...

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Daegu, Gyeongbuk

  • [Bulguksa] Gyeongsangbuk-do

    Address : Bulguksa templestay 385, bulguk-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do Korea

    Tel : +010-7773-0983 / E-mail : bulguksa@templestay.com
    ■ BULGUKSA TEMPLESTAY - A Unesco World Heritage Site Bulguksa Temple has been listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site and is the temple that best exemplifies the Buddhist culture of the eighth century. Th...

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  • [Donghwasa] Daegu

    Address : Dong-gu DaeguDonghwasa-1-gil 1

    Tel : ++82-10-3534-8079 / E-mail : donghwasa8079@hanmail.net
    According to the historical records of Donghwasa, the founder, Master Geukdal, Originally named this place Yugasa Temple in the 15th year of King Soji's reign(479-500) of the shilla Kingdom. It came t...

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  • [Golgulsa] Gyeongsangbuk-do

    Address : Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Korea 101-5, Girim-ro, Yangbuk-myeon

    Tel : ++82-54-775-1689 / E-mail : d-kumkang@hotmail.com
    *Sunmudo* Sunmudo translates literally into the way of doing meditative martial arts. It emphasizes the harmony of body and mind through the awareness of one's breath. It is a traditional Korean Budd...

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  • [Jikjisa] Gyeongsangbuk-do

    Address : Gimcheon-shi Gyeongsangbuk-do216, Unsu-ri, Daehang-myeon

    Tel : ++82-10-6356-6084 / E-mail : jikjisa@templestay.com
    Take a look at myself… The region of Gimcheon, where the temple Jikjisa is located, halfway between Seoul and Busan. The Seoul-Busan train line and the expressway will pass by the area. If you lov...

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Busan, Gyeongnam

  • [Beomeosa] Busan

    Address : Geumjeong-gu Busan546, Cheongnyong-dong

    Tel : ++82-51-508-5726 / E-mail : tsbeomeosa@templestay.com
    A temple which will purify your mind… The original temple of the Seon sect Busan is the only city in Korea that wasn’t affected by the massive destruction of the Korean War. The temple Beomeosa is ...

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  • [Haeinsa] Gyeongsangnam-do

    Address : Hapcheon-gun Gyeongsangnam-do10, Chiin-ri, Gaya-myeon

    Tel : ++82-55-934-3110 / E-mail : haeinsa2@templestay.com
    Eighty -Four Thousand Dharma Teachings, flowers in the spring and fall foliage in the autumn attract people's mind. The true appearance of the world can’t be seen through the delusions and dreams tha...

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Jeju

  • [Yakchunsa] Jeju-do

    Address : 1165 Daepo-dong Seogwipo-si Jeju-do

    Tel : ++82-10-3891-7007 / E-mail : yakchun@templestay.com
    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 q...

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