|Eunhaesa Temple - Yeongcheon (은해사(영천))|
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Eunhaesa Temple, located on Palgongsan mountain in Youngcheon city, Gyeongsangbuk-do province, is one of two major temples on the mountain along with Donghwasa Temple.
It was built by monk Hyecheol in the first year of King Heondeok’s reign during the Silla Kingdom (AD 809), but was moved to the current site in the Joseon Dynasty in 1546 (the first year of King Myeongjong). At the time, it was named Eunhaesa temple and King Injong of the Joseon Dynasty was commemorated with a lecture hall and monument built where his umbilical cord was buried.
The temple houses the main shrine, Bohwaru pavilion, Seolseondan Hall, Shimgeondang Hall, eight small hermitages, as well as Baegeungam Temple, Jungangam Temple, and a professional Buddhist education institution: ‘Eunhaesa Buddhist University.’ Eunhaesa Temple is home to national treasure No. 14, Geojoamyongsanjeon hall, and treasure number 790, Baekheungamgeukrakjeon Hall. It also contains treasure No. 486, the Sunidan Buddha Platform; treasure No. 514, the Wunbuamcheongdongbosal Seated Buddha Statue; and treasure No. 1270, the Eunhaesa Temple Gwaebultaeng hanging Buddha picture. The area is also close to the Seongbu Museum, which exhibits cultural assets from Eunhaesa Temple and the neighboring areas, as well as popular tourist attractions such as Geukrakgul grotto of Jungangam temple (Hwaeomgul Grotto), Geondeul Rock, Manyeonsong Pine Tree, Ganggunsu Waters, and Anheung Falls of Gigiam Temple.
|[Eunhaesa Temple Stay]
- Temple Cultural Experience, Buddhist Alms Bowl, Buddhist Service, Walking, etc.
* For more detailed information, please refer to the homepage or make a phone-inquiry.
|Adults 2,000 won / Teens 1,500 won / Children 1,000 won|
|Interpretation Services Offered|
|Available Language: English|
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
|* Bus schedule (from Hayang)
06:00, 06:35, 07:40, 07:55, 08:55, 10:15, 11:05, 11:50, 12:45, 14:10, 14:55, 15:50, 16:55, 17:45, 18:30, 19:40, 20:15, 22:00