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Eunhae-sa(temple)

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Eunhae-sa(temple)

Eunhae-sa(temple)

Eunhae-sa was one of the 5 head temples in Gyeongbuk area and one of the 31 head temples in Joseon Dynasty and is the head temple of the 10th parish of Korean Buddhism Jogyejong. As the representative temple in Gyeongbuk provincial area, it is famous for enshrining Amita Buddha.

This temple owns such cultural assets as Gwaebultaeng (Treasure No. 1270) and Daewoong-jeon (main temple) Amita 3 Buddha, which well matches its fame as the millennium ancient temple. And these cultural assets are well classified and preserved with the construction of Seongho Museum.

Calligraphy on hanging boards on Daewoong-jeon, Bohwa-ru and Baekheung-am (temple), etc. are all works of Kim Jeong-hee, a noted calligrapher in Joseon Dynasty so that it is worth while to carefully observe those calligraphies.

Direction
  • Pass through Yeongcheon IC ->Go to Yeongcheon direction -> Take a national highway # 28 to Euiseong -> Take left at sign
  • Eunhae-sa Daewoong-jeon
  • Kim Jeong-hee's handwritten hanging board
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