|Naejangsa Temple (내장사)|
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|Naejangsa Temple is located in the midst of the beautiful Mt. Naejangsan National Park. The temple is said to have been built by the Buddhist monk Yeongeunjosa in the year 636 of the Baekje Dynasty. Once a large temple with over fifty buildings, Naejangsa was completely destroyed throughout the course of Jeongyujaeran (second Japanese invasion in 1597) and the Korean War (1950-1953). The present temple is largely the result of reconstruction efforts completed in the 1970s. One of the most prized treasures at the temple is the Ijo-dongjong Bell, considered a major cultural asset.
Naejangsan Temple is a representative temple of Jeollabuk-do Province along with Geumsansa Temple on Moaksan Mountain. Surrounded on all sides by towering peaks, Naejangsa Temple boasts a picturesque landscape that is particularly striking in the fall when the mountains turn crimson with autumn leaves. Nearby attractions include Baegyangsa Temple, Bangjangsan Mountain, Jangseongho Lake, and Damyangho Lake.
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|From sunrise to sunset|
|Parking available at the Naejangsan National Park|
Adults: 3,000 won / Youths: 1,200 won / Children: 700 won
Groups (30 or more people):
Adults: 2,500 won / Youths: 1,000 won / Children: 500 won
|From Jeongeup Bus Terminal, take Bus 171 to Naejangsan National Park (내장산).|