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Before we came to Korea we planned on visiting this marvelous temple complex that is situated in a valley between two mountain ranges. The bus leaves regularly from Danyang bus terminal and takes about 30 minutes. From the car park the road/path winds its way...More
amazing temple located up in the hills which were constructed such that nature is preserved without causing much disruption as possible. Amazing view at the top of most highest situated building. feel at aw-ed at the beauty of the place, both the temple building as...More
This is the headquarters of Cheontaejong(one branch of Korean Buddhism) having huge buildings in the forest. Great place to visit if you're looking for a peace.
- 20~30 km away from the center of Danyang. Probably further than most other sites to visit.
Guinsa Temple was an absolutely amazing and unforgettable experience. I have traveled all throughout Korea over the last two years and this temple is by far the most unique one I have seen. The multi-level complex is overwhelming intricate and stunningly beautiful. Just look at...More
While most Korean temple structures are not multi-levels, many of the structures here were three or four floors high which looked cool from a distance but looked just like any modern building up close. It was a very steep uphill walk for about two kilometers...More
Awesome temple! Be prepared to hike up the hill to see it though. It's not that far, but is a bit steep and it takes a good thirty minutes to walk up to the temple from the lower parking area. This place is, amazingly, built...More
I'll start with the drive to get it: it is scenic and really beautiful. The temple is far from everything but easily accessible by car.
To get to the top temple, you will be walking uphill amd climbing steps for the better part of 15/20...More
I start my review with a warning: This is a STEEP climb. So steep, in fact, that I ended up with a mild calf strain on the way down the hill. With that in mind, this might not be the ideal attraction for families with...More
Very easy,to locate and ample parking for a modest 3,000 Korean Won. There is a huge building in the car park, but the nest is yet to come. Be prepared for a hard climb, the Korean pensioners can do it, then so can you!!! 800m...More