|Muwisa Temple (무위사)|
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|Muwisa Temple is located on Wolchulsan Mountain in Wolha-ri, Seongjeon-myeon, Gangjin-gun, Jeollanam-do. The temple has at least 1,100 years of history as it was established sometime before the early 10th century under the name Muwigapsa.
The temple houses many significant Buddhist treasures: Geungnakbojeon Hall (National Treasure No. 13), Amitayeorae-samjon-jwasang (three seated Buddha statues; Treasure No. 1312), Muwisa Seongakdaesa-pyeongwang-tapbi (stele accompanying pagoda of Buddhist priest Seongakdaesa of Muwisa Temple; Treasure No. 507), and several Buddhist mural paintings including Amitayeorae-samjon-byeokhwa (National Treasure No. 313), Baegui-gwaneumdo (Treasure No. 1314), and Naebyeok-samyeon-byeokhwa (Treasure No. 1315).
|* 2 nights 1 day relaxation-type Temple Stay: yebul, the Buddhist ceremony, conversation over tea with a monk, walking meditation, etc.|
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|From Seoul Central City Bus Terminal (Express Bus Terminal Station, Subway Line 3,7,9), take an intercity bus bound for Gangjin.
* Bus schedule: 07:30, 09:30, 11:20, 13:30, 15:20, 17:40
From Gangjin Bus Terminal, take a local bus, and get off at Muwisa Temple(무위사).
* Bus schedule: 06:40, 08:35, 10:30, 15:00, 16:00, 17:20
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