Tue, May 17, 2022, 10:34 KST (UTC+9)  Seoul  Korea

imagine your korea

Regional Guide

Destinations by Region

Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))

  • Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))
  • Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))
  • Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))
  • Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))
  • Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))
  • Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))
  • Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))
  • Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))
  • Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))
  • Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))
  • Buan Naesosa Temple (내소사 (부안))
  • Address 243, Naesosa-ro, Buan-gun, Jeollabuk-do
    전라북도 부안군 진서면 내소사로 243
  • Type Temples/ Religious Sites
  • Inquiries • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
    (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
    • For more info: +82- 63-583-7281
  • Homepage www.templestay.com
  • Information
    Introduction
    Naesosa Temple was built by Buddhist Monk Hye-Gu in 633 during the Baekje dynasty and was rebuilt by Monk Cheong-Min in 1633 during the Joseon dynasty. The Daeungbojeon Hall was built at this time. In 1986, the temple area was designated as a culturally protected area.

    On both sides of the main gate are large fir trees, which also line the path into the temple. Upon reaching the temple itself, the first thing that draws attention is the 1000-year-old Dangsan tree. Long ago, people used the base of the tree as a site of prayer.

    Housed in Beomjonggak is a bronze bell that can be found in many Buddhist temples. This particular bell was made during the Goryeo era and is engraved with three images of Buddha, called Samjonsang. The center building of the temple, called Daeungbojeon Hall is also an artistic masterpiece, decorated with splendid colors and designs. The flower Salmun doors featuring lotus and chrysanthemum flowers add another element of traditional beauty to the building.

    Current Status
    [Bronze Bell of Naesosa Temple] Treasure (Designated on January 21, 1963)
    [Daeungbojeon Hall of Naesosa Temple] Treasure (Designated onn January 21, 1963)

    Closed
    N/A (Open all year round)

    Hiking Course
    * Naesosa Temple - Gwaneumbong Junction - Jaebaekigogae Pass - Wonam Hermitage (3.6 km / 2 hr)
    * Naesosa Temple - Gwaneumbong Junction - Jaebaekigogae Pass - Jiksopokpo Falls - Saja-dong (6.2 km / 3 hr)
    * Naesosa Temple - Gwaneumbong Junction - Jaebaekigogae Pass - Jiksopokpo Falls - Nature Preservation Pagoda - Wolmyeongam Hermitage - Namyeochi (8.9 km / 4 hr 30 min)

    Duration
    Approx. 1 hr

    Age Limit for Activities
    Open to visitors ages 5 & over

    Operating Hours
    Sunrise-sunset

    Parking Facilities
    Available

    Admission Fees
    Individuals – Adults 4,000 won / Teenagers 3,000 won / Children 1,000 won
    Groups – Adults 3,500 won / Teenagers 2,500 won / Children 800 won

    * Groups: 30 people or more

    Restrooms
    Available

    Parking Fees
    [For the first 1 hour]
    Compact cars: 500 won
    Regular & Mid-sized cars: 1,100 won
    Large-sized cars: 2,000 won

    [Each additional 10 minutes after 1 hr]
    Compact cars: 100 won
    Regular & Mid-sized cars: 250 won (300 won during peak season)
    Large-sized cars: 400 won (500 won during peak season)

    [More than 9 hr]
    Compact cars: 5,000 won
    Regular vehicles: 10,000 won
    Mid-sized cars: 15,000 won
    Large-sized cars: 20,000 won

    Available Facilities
    Walking paths, hiking trails, etc.

    Interpretation Services Offered
    Inquries: +82-63-580-4388

    Reservation Info. for Foreigners
    Phone reservation available

  • Forecast
  • Tourist Sites
  • Accommodation
  • Restaurants
  • Shopping
  • Transportation

VisitKorea does not guarantee the quality of products or services introduced on its site and is not responsible for any direct or indirect losses resulting from use of said products or services.

PERFECT FOR YOU! view
Make an inquiry

1330 Travel Hotline Live Chat

Open KTO Live Chat(Download not required)

Open messenger app(Messenger app must be installed)
top