Temple Information 'Myogaksa'

  • Address : 31, Jongno63ga-gil, Jongnogu, Seoul
  • Tel :
    82-2-763-3109 / Fax : 82-2-763-3305
  • E-mail : myogaktemple@naver.com

Templestay Introduction


Myogaksa


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.

Today, we live a very busy life, that we often forget to give ourselves .

With programs where you can immerse yourself through 108 prostrations and go on a journey to seek "I - true self" while meditating "Where is your mind?", which is to have a look into your mind.

We always welcome everyone seeking a way to find a happy way of experiencing Sunim's life.

We provide opportunities to experience various aspects of the 1700-year old Korean Buddhism cultureand to share Korean history through intriguing stories told by Sunim.



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Myogaksa's Templestay Program


  • Free-style Program

    [Myogaksa] Templestay for relax

    2017-08-25~2018-01-01

    Someone who seek for peace in the city, You have an particular opportunity in monastery stay at traditional place. * Staff can speak English. * Breakfast Include, Dinner not included * Depend upo...

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  • One day Program

    [Myogaksa] "Where is your mind?" for daily on weekdays

    2017-08-29~2017-12-28

    You can experience the monks and nuns' practices for a brief period of time on weekdays. *For more than 10 number of people booking for Daily templestay on weekdays, you need to contact us by e-mail ...

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  • One day Program

    [Myogaksa] "Where is your mind?" for Saturday daily

    2017-08-26~2017-12-23

    Saturday in a short span of time, you are able to experience simple monks and nuns' life throughout the 1700-years old Korean Buddhism culture...

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  • One night two day program

    [Myogaksa] "Where is your mind?" for 2days 1night

    2017-08-26~2017-12-24

    You can get a 2 day opportunity on weekends to experience various aspects of the 1700-year old culture of Korean Buddhism. Monks and nuns also known as Sunim will share intriguing stories of Korean hi...

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