Gapsa temple

Gapsa temple, Gongju

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Boqa
Daejeon, South Korea30 contributions
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It's a temple like many others, albeit one with a famous history. Unfortunately, most people coming here are too tired after hiking for 5+ hours through the national park, that they don't have energy for enjoying this temple, but are just looking for some food and drink.

Objectively, it's not more or less specials than the 1000s of other temples in Korea, but it's nice and if you're hiking through the national park anyway, definitely make a quick stop here.
Written March 27, 2013
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Zack
Daejeon, South Korea142 contributions
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One of the best locations in Daejeon for hiking lovers... there are beautiful sightseeings and a nice water fall as you see the pictures.. also there is one big temple for those who want to see old temple
Written July 9, 2017
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CanisHan
Seoul, South Korea21,572 contributions
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C1 ( 2013.05.31 )
There was a old temple in hillside of Gyeryong-mountain where is famous with good view in Korea. The temple was middle size compare with famous temple, but there was very beautiful and harmonious with scenery. 10-minute walk from the parking lot comes out temple, and Climbing over the surrounding landscape and sound so beautiful. Parking fee 4,000 won and 2,000 won admission
Written May 31, 2013
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veggiejeonju
Jeonju, South Korea73 contributions
Gapsa Temple is an easy day trip from Gongju. If you are considering hiking in Gyeryongsan Mountain National Park, it is worthwhile to stop and look at Gapsa. While walking around the temple you can see the traditional kimchi jars that are used for making kimchi.
Written March 28, 2012
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