|Jeongnimsaji Museum (정림사지박물관)|
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|Jeongnimsaji Museum is located in Buyeo, the last capital of Baekje, where the Baekje culture flourished for the 123 year long “Sabi Era.” The museum was established on the building site of Jeongnimsa Temple, which was a symbolic meeting place for royalty and a center for politics based on Buddhist morals.
The museum highlights the Buddhist culture of Baekje, said to be the origin of Buddhism in Korea and Japan, and Jeongnimsa Temple, known as the culmination of Baekje Buddhism. The museum also seeks to emphasize the advanced technology of Baekje and reenact the Sabi Era using an interactive approach that relies heavily on videos, panels, replicas, and hands-on programs. Main attractions at the museum include the Jeongnimsaji Temple Site (Historic Site No. 301), the five-story stone pagoda of Jeongnimsaji (National Treasure No. 9) and the seated stone Buddha (Treasure No. 108).
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|Main Hall, Hall of Buddhist Culture of Baekje, Jeongnimsaji Hall|
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Individuals - Adults 1,500 won / Teenagers: 900 won / Children 700
Groups - Adults 1,200 won / Teenagers 700 won / Children 500 won
* Group: 30 people or more
From Seoul Nambu Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Buyeo Bus Terminal.
- Exit the terminal and take the street heading east for approx. 200m.
- The musuem is located in the Jeongnimsaji Temple Site grounds to the right.
|jeongnimsaji.or.kr (Korean, English, Japanese)|