The cherry blossoms in Seoul are gradually coming to bloom~
For the first time, we came to the Bongeun Temple in Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu. It was founded in the 10th year of the Silla King (AD 794) by the Gaochun Yuanhui National Teacher. Has a long history. At the Bongeun Temple, you can also experience temple life, including temple tours, tea art, meditation, and lanterns.
If you are interested, you can experience the Korean Buddhist culture in depth. Now Feng En Temple has been covered with colorful lanterns for reasons of festivals. Maybe it will be more beautiful at night, and there will be lanterns hanging in April. The Bongeunsa Temple in April is expected to look better, because in addition to the lanterns, there will be a lot of flowers blooming at the same time.
Traffic information: Exit 1 of Bonienji Station on Subway Line 9
Feng En Temple, about one kilometer away from Xuan Jing Ling, has a history of more than 1,200 years. It is called the ancient temple of the millennium. Today's Bongeun Temple is dedicated to spiritual practice. According to the visiting foreign tourists, a short-term temple experience event is specially set up. According to the applicants of the event, the corresponding Chinese, English and Japanese tour guides will arrange the personal explanation.
Passed through the Fawang Building, which has 3,300 Guanyin Bodhisattvas, and came to the Daxiong Hall. This traditional Korean wooden structure is the center of Buddhism's pilgrimage to the Buddha. The center of the temple is home to the Buddha Buddha statue, which is surrounded by Amitabha and the pharmacist. Behind the Maitreya Temple is a statue of Maitreya Buddha. The Buddha statue is 23 meters high. It was built in 1986 and was built in ten years. The square where the Maitreya Buddha stands is a place where believers pray, and in addition, many cultural events are held.
Feng En Temple is located in the north of COEX in Gangnam-gu, Seoul. In addition to the solemnity of the temple, it is a beautiful view of the back hill of the temple. In the early morning, Feng En Temple, with a little cold air, quiet and peaceful, campus temple gardens, these places, when you walk in, always feel out of jealousy and irritability.
With the sun shining through the branches, the morning bells and bells ringing in the morning, many believers gathered from all sides, praying for the Buddhist monks to worship Buddha, and the trees that complement the temple architecture, the environment is excellent.
Going to the back mountain in the early morning, it is not big but luxuriant, and there are beautiful scenery in all seasons. You will feel that it is worthwhile. If you find a suitable angle for photography, you can leave a lot of beautiful photos.
Feng En Temple is not very big. After shopping for more than half an hour, you can walk down and walk out of the temple along the street to see the busy people, at that moment, suddenly from the forest Crossing the city is very interesting.
The Bongeun Temple, located in the northern part of the Korea Exhibition Hall, was founded by the sect of the National People's Republic of China in the 10th year of the Silla Dynasty (794). It was called the Visa Temple. In 1498, the emperor of Chengzong, the emperor of the emperor, made a major change to the temple on the east side of the tomb of the Chengzong Mausoleum (Xuanling) and later changed its name to Feng En Temple. It was originally located about 1 km southwest of Xuan Ling and was rebuilt by Pu Yu Mobile during the Ming Dynasty in North Korea. There are 13 kinds of Buddhist scriptures and plates in the hall where the board of the board written by Qiu Shijin Zhengxi is kept.
This ancient Buddhist temple has come close to demise several times in its long history. Constructed in 794 by the high-ranking monk Yeon-hoe, it later fell into disrepair during the Joseon Dynasty, which tried to repress Buddhism in Korea. It was reconstructed in 1498, and the next century, became the main temple of the Korean Zen sect of Buddhism from 1551 through 1936. In 1939, a fire destroyed most of the buildings, and other buildings were demolished during the Korean War; one of the buildings that survived holds the woodblock carvings of the Floweer Garland Sutra.