|Silleuksa Temple (신륵사)|
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|Silleuksa is located along a riverside village overlooking blue water and a spacious sand beach on the edge of the river running south, running from Mt. Bongmi to the Yeo River. It is said that Silleuksa was built by Monk Wonhyo during the reign of King Jinpyeong in the Silla Period, but it is not for sure. Silleuksa Temple’s name was said to originate from a legend that an uncontrollably swift horse was reined up by the power of god. Inside the temple is Josadang, the temple’s oldest building; Dancheungjeon-tab, a tower made of mud bricks; Daejanggakgibi; Bumjonggak; and at the heart of the temple stands Geuknakjun Hall (Hall of Paradise). Gangwolhun, located along the riverbank’s cliff, is Silleuksa Temple’s, one of the most popular sights for couples, where tourists can view the Han River in the south and its surrounding scenery.|
|Open all year round|
|Sunrise - sunset|
Adults - 2,200 won
Youth - 1,700 won
Children - 1,000 won
Adults - 1,800 won
Youth - 1,500 won
Children - 800 won
|From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Yeoju (여주).
*Bus schedule (Subject to change): 06:30-22:30, at 30 min intervals
From Yeoju Bus Terminal, go to the right for 100m and then cross the road to take Bus 980.
Get off at Sinreuksa Temple (신륵사) bus stop.