Geumgangsa

Geumgangsa, Busan: Address, Phone Number, Geumgangsa Reviews: 4/5

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211, Ujangchun-ro, Dongnae-gu, Busan 47700 South Korea
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SFBayAreaTrekker
San Francisco Bay Area (CA)564 contributions
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We were taken to this temple by the tour agency to experience a Korean Tea Ceremony. The temple itself is small and simple yet aesthetically appealing. It does not take long to see what is open to the public.

Open to share the culture, the tea ceremony was performed by tea masters. Deliberate and elaborate moves. These masters demonstrated years of practice and expertise.
Written September 13, 2016
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Lynette W
Bray Park, Australia159 contributions
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Lots of Natural stairs, Lots of ancient sculpures. This is an ancient but small temple. Very serene location. For hikers it s in part of a National Park. We went as tour group. Partake in the ancient tea ceremony, be taught the rituals and rules of this important tradition, before enjoying green tea and Korean rice cakes. Tea master wears traditional costume. There grounds have are several buildings and gardens. Very tranquil. Have to remove shoes to enter all buildings.
Written May 24, 2018
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AKAshon
Oakville, Canada2,024 contributions
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The Temple was the second stop of our Busan tour during a cruise stop. It was nice and interesting with its painted pictures & big statues of gods. It was serene and quiet and definitely a good place for meditation. It was nice to see how different a Korean Temple was from Japanese ones, which I've visited a ton of just a few days ago in Kyoto and Tokyo.
Written May 23, 2017
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