|Daejeonsa Temple (대전사)|
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|This temple is said to have been built by Great Monk Uisang in the 12th year of King Munmu’s reign (672 AD). It was rebuilt in the 13th year of King Hyeonjong’s reign (1672) after a fire destroyed the original temple complex during the Imjin War against Japanese invaders. During work to renovate Bogwangjeon Hall in 1976, a text that had been put up with the ridge beams was found. Bogwangjeon Hall is a small building and its ceiling is in the form of the sharp symbol (#). A Birojanabul Buddhist statue is enshrined in the hall.|
|Bogwangjeon of Daejeonsa Temple: Treasure No.1570|
|Sunrise to sunset|
|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.