|Daejeonsa Temple (대전사)|
|Baengnyeonam is part of Daejeonsa Temple and is located opposite the temple. With a crystal-clear stream in front and Janggunbong Peak in back, the Baengnyeonam Hermitage is set right in the heart of nature. Although it is unknown when the hermitage was built, it is believed to have been named after Baengnyeon, the daughter of King Ju.
During the Imjin War (Japanese Invasion of Korea, 1592-1598), the great Buddhist monk Samyeong stayed at the hermitage in a building named Songunjeongsa. Though the building is no longer in existence, you can still find the site and a plaque marking the building’s location. Among the artifacts that have stood the test of time are Sanwanggak and Yosa and the portrait of the great Buddhist monk Samyeong.
|Bogwangjeon in Daejeonsa Temple: Treasure No.1570|
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|Juwangsan National Park parking lot
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fees for Cultural Assets
Adults: 2,800 won / Youths: 1,000 won / Children: 600 won
Group (30 or more people)
Adults: 2,500 won / Youths: 700 won / Children: 500 won
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|From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Juwangsan Mt.
Bus Schedule: 06:30, 08:40, 10:20, 12:00, 15:10, 16:40 / Travel time: 4hrs, 30min
Take an intercity bus to Cheongsong Intercity Bus Terminal.
From Cheongsong Terminal, take a local bus to Juwangsan Mt.