Opposite Ceox is Feng En Temple, one of Seoul's oldest temples. There's no special schedule, but at such a close distance, of course, it's lucky to get in. The lotus exhibition of the Chinese Yuan Festival is in progress, and the white paper lanterns all over the sky have not been removed, which makes people feel the grandeur and grandeur of the festival. Most of the temples are Hemoni. When they enter the temple and take off their shoes, they take out their own mats to worship and put them back after worship, they are also clean and tidy.
This temple was amazing! A real highlight of my trip, and completely free! I would highly recommend visiting at night to view all the laterns ️
I once saw a picture of Feng En Temple with the sky line in the south of the Yangtze River in the background. Located near the COEX shopping mall, monks recite sutras at night. There are hazelnut trees, dates, persimmons and Chinese pear trees in the temple. There is also a spectacular statue of Buddha standing next to the main temple.
To the Maitreya Buddha, the temple has beautiful scenery, drinking clean water, and comfortable body and mind from inside to outside.
For a truly unique experience, opt to do a temple stay at this famed temple, situated in the busy commercial district of Samseongdong. Under the temple stay program, visitors will learn about and live the life of a Korean Buddhist monk for one night and two days. Activities in the schedule include zen meditation, participating in a tea ceremony, experiencing the ways and tastes of Korean Buddhist cuisine, and more.
On the way to shopping, I found the temple accidentally. I went to visit it. There were Buddhist activities. The decoration of ribbons and lanterns was very beautiful. Later, I learned from the introduction that the temple had a history of more than a thousand years, and it was worth visiting.