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Jikjisa Temple

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Such a pleasant surprise

This temple is not really high in the mountain or in some remote location so I'm guessing it's... read more

Reviewed April 29, 2018
Stanimir C
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Toronto, Canada
Great temple but the park is the highlight

The visit to the temple was good and the temple complex is pretty , but there are so many temples... read more

Reviewed October 4, 2017
Pedroofluquillo
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Luquillo, Puerto Rico
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Apr 29, 2018
“Such a pleasant surprise”
Oct 4, 2017
“Great temple but the park is the highlight”
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216 Unsu-ri, Daehang-myun, Gimcheon, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea
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Reviewed April 29, 2018

This temple is not really high in the mountain or in some remote location so I'm guessing it's fairly easy to go there(went there by car but I wasn't driving). There's an entrance fee for locals but for some reason its free for foreigners(there's a...More

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Reviewed October 4, 2017

The visit to the temple was good and the temple complex is pretty , but there are so many temples in korea, that it is just another temple. The real treat to this location is the walking park with beautiful imaginative fountains and sculptures ,...More

1  Thank Pedroofluquillo
Reviewed June 8, 2017

We went to this temple with our Family and had a nice walk through the park and then up to the temple. The temple is beautiful and it is a really peaceful space. A monk realised we were from the UK and he wanted to...More

Thank Nicberry
Reviewed June 30, 2016 via mobile

Went to this temple after reading in LP what a pretty temple it is. LP forgot to mention that after the bus ride, it's another 15 minute uphill hike up to the temple. The entrance fee was 2,500 won but apart from viewing the building...More

1  Thank Wendy T
Reviewed October 25, 2015

Jikjisa is a great place to go to if you want to experience some local culture. Is has a lovely sculpture park and the temple is amazing!! Also, they have traditional restaurants to eat at, a must try!!

1  Thank Renondrea
Reviewed August 11, 2015

C1 ( 2015.08.07 ) This temple was bigger than I think. As like as another excellent temple, this temple had good atmosphere and air. There was good for walking though temple with fresh air, wind sound, and beautiful view. Always in the tempe, I felt...More

Thank CanisHan
Reviewed April 20, 2015

Gorgeous temple and grounds in the hills of Gimcheon. The abundant cherry blossoms were blooming, not only pretty, but smelled soooo good. Some limited English spoken here. It is so peaceful and beautiful. My 16 year old and I stayed one night, could easily have...More

Thank Nancy S
Reviewed October 21, 2014

It was interesting experience to stay at the temple as part of temple stay program was proposed to us. There are a few temples around to visit too.

2  Thank Devdutt L
Reviewed May 5, 2011

The participants will experience the monks daily life during 1night 2day templestay program. The day of temple starts on 3:30 am and close 9:00 pm. The templestay program will be served like "Attending Morning/Evening Chanting Ceremony", "Buddhist Meal-Balwoo Meal", "108 times Bowing", "Seon Meditation", etc.

2  Thank Jikjisa_Templestay
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