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Geumsansa Temple (Gimje) (금산사(김제))

  • Geumsansa Temple (Gimje) (금산사(김제))
  • Geumsansa Temple (Gimje) (금산사(김제))
  • Geumsansa Temple (Gimje) (금산사(김제))
  • Geumsansa Temple (Gimje) (금산사(김제))
  • Geumsansa Temple (Gimje) (금산사(김제))
  • Geumsansa Temple (Gimje) (금산사(김제))
  • Geumsansa Temple (Gimje) (금산사(김제))
  • Geumsansa Temple (Gimje) (금산사(김제))
  • Geumsansa Temple (Gimje) (금산사(김제))
  • Geumsansa Temple (Gimje) (금산사(김제))

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Address
1, Moak 15-gil, Geumsan-myeon, Gimje-si, Jeollabuk-do
전라북도 김제시 금산면 모악15길 1 (금산면)
Type
Temples/ Religious Sites
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-63-548-4441~2,
063-542-0048
Homepage
www.geumsansa.org (Korean only)
  • Information
    Introduction
    Located near the entrance of the Moaksan Provincial Park, Geumsansa Temple was established in the first year of King Beop of the Baekje Kingdom (AD 599). The Buddhist temple features over ten designated cultural properties including Mireukjeon Hall, a national treasure, as well as other attached buildings. The country’s only three-story building containing a Buddha statue, Mireukjeon was built with wood and has a single-open floor inside. In spring, cherry blossom trees come into full bloom from the park entrance all the way to Geumsansa Temple; and in winter Buddhist adherents come to bow before the statue of Mireuk bodhisattva inside Mireukjeon or walk in circles around the pagoda. The statue is the largest indoor standing Buddha in the world, reaching 11.82 meters in height. The two other Buddha statues standing on the right and left of the Mireuk bodhisattva are 8.8 meters tall each.

    * Important Cultural Properties
    Mireukjeon Hall (National Treasure No. 62)
    Stone Pillar of Geumsansa Temple (Treasure No. 22)
    Stone Lotus Pedestal of Geumsansa Temple (Treasure No. 23)
    Stele for Royal Preceptor Hyedeok at Geumsansa Temple (Treasure No. 24)
    Five-story Stone Pagoda of Geumsansa Temple (Treasure No. 25)
    Bangdeung Ordination Platform of Geumsansa Temple (Treasure No. 26)
    Hexagonal Multi-story Stone Pagoda of Geumsansa Temple (Treasure No. 27)
    Flagpole Supports of Geumsansa Temple (Treasure No. 28)
    Three-story Pagoda at Simwonam Hermitage of Geumsansa Temple (Treasure No. 29)
    Daejangjeon Hall of Geumsansa Temple (Treausre No. 827)
    Stone Lantern of Geumsansa Temple (Treasure No. 828)

    Closed
    N/A (Open all year round)

    Tour Course Information
    Geumsansa Temple → Moaksan Mountain → Suwangsa Temple → Daewonsa Temple → Gui Middle School
    Geumsansa Temple → Janggeunjae → Moaksan Mountain → Geumsansa Temple → Pottery Village

    Activity Information
    [Templestay]
    Retreat Program / Experience Program / One-day Program
    * Subject to change
    * Reservations & inquiries: www.templestay.com / +82-63-542-0048

    Operating Hours
    Sunrise - Sunset

    Parking Facilities
    Available

    Admission Fees
    Adults 3,000 won / Group 2,500 won
    Teenagers 2,000 won / Group 1,500 won
    Children 1,000 won / Group 800 won
    * Group: 30 people or more

    Parking Fees
    Free

    Pets
    Not permitted

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