I went alone and I really enjoyed. This Buddhist temple is so beautiful and I just discovered u can stay there!
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Was visiting on our last trip to Korea, nice and quiet place, wasn't full of tourist. Nice walk through the park.
I spent 3 nights at Jeondeungsa and was so sorry to leave. It was absolutely heaven for me and I highly recommend it. I did the free style Temple-stay and so I was up each morning at 4 for 4.30am prostrations (bowing ceremony) with the...More
This temple is a wonder. You enter the real Korean spirit with typical buildings, well decorated in a sober but wonderful way. The entrance is free as almost everywhere in Korea!
I'm not religious or anything, but this place made me feel pretty calm and peaceful. There's a temple themed cafe on the way up!
I did the one-night temple stay, which was absolutely worth it and I would consider going again for longer. Our group did have several children which made it a bit difficult to concentrate, and as our group was mainly Korean, all English speakers were given...More
Amazing temple surrounded by gardens and other buildings. We visited in September when the weather was lovely and enjoyed walking around the grounds. Traditional Korean site. Not crowded. Lovely coffee house on the grounds where we stopped afterward.
I chose to do the "free-style" relaxing 1 night/2days templestay in this temple. You can also do longer ones and more organised ones. The temple ground area is quite big and lies on a tree covered hill which is great for walks or quiet contemplation....More
One must go for it. It is one of the Korean traditional cultural places. It has a garden as well where you will find various colorful flowers and trees. Very nominal entrance fee.
We visited this temple during our transit in Incheon. The temple was OK; I probably wouldn't have visited it if not for the free tour.