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CY ( 17.12.04 )
I and my wife visited this temple along mountain path. The temple was impressive because there was different with another temple. The stone pagoda was very unique, and the path to this temple was good and spent proper time about 30...More
Its a nice walk with interesting stone temple at the end. There was direct bus from the Jeonju train station to the south parking lot. Bus takes around 40 minutes. Walk is about 20 minutes but you could move on to the next temple.
Just visited With a group of 17 which consists of mostly 80% over 65 y old. Due to a rigorous terrain with a distant of ca 5 km very heavy hiking challenge with a different of more than 150 m elevation , so just 8...More
From Jeonju, our family of 8 decided to book a 9 seaters MPV to cover 3 places of visits at Jeollabuk area, which turn out to be more economical, ease of travelling & relaxing. Our nice Hanok resident caretaker kindly help us to book the...More
If you like walking this is absolutely the place you must visit becouse its very long road that you have to go through, you have to walk for abaut one and half hours for 5 km, not much to see on the way, you only...More
It was amazing to reveal ,that such huge amount of pagodas few dozens,constructed from stones by one Buddhist hermit within 30 years.There were many Korean people ,they preyed on these pagodas . There is 1.5 km way from parking lot,to pagodas, on all this way...More
Most temples in Korea look very similar. This one is really different and cool. Highly recommended (and try the pork ribs on the way up the mountain).
We took a bus to Jinan and then planned on taking a bus from there to the Tapsa,...More
We visited this temple on our way from Boryeong to Geoje. We have to struggle a bit to reach there as no place name Tapsa temple is present on GPS, only Mt Maisan. After a short hike you will reach there. A lake on the...More
If you are tired of seeing temples that all look the same in Korea, Tapsa is the place to go. It is unique in structure and situated between two mountains. The best time to go, in my opinion, is early summer. The flowers are in...More