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Temple stay

The Temple Stay is a program for tourists to experience Buddhist Temple Culture. You can experience the daily life at a temple, and the life of a monk. Traditional Buddhist temples, which are a treasure trove of Korean traditional culture and original Buddhist culture, are well maintained.

Currently, six Buddhist temples are operating Temple Stay Programs in Chungcheongnam-do.

Program
  • Ipjaesik - The ceremony to begin life at the temple. Learn basic temple courtesy such as Hapjang to unify the body and spirit, and how to bow properly. Become a member of the temple.
  • Zen- Find enlightenment and tranquility through Zen meditation techniques
  • Balugongyang- Gain new experiences and rediscover the joys of food, sharing food with others in a fair way, and taking your meal in silence
  • Tea ceremony- Another way to look at yourself. While sipping a cup of tea, feel the taste of tea leaves, the temperature of the water, the scent, the materials of ceramic tea-things, and the people around you. All these things make for the best tasting tea.
  • Temple Introduction- Time to look around the temple, a treasure trove of traditional Korean culture heritage and deep beauty harmonized with nature, and feel and learn about the traditions, culture, and nature of Korea.
  • Ipjaesik- The ceremony to begin life at the temple. Learn basic temple courtesy such as Hapjang to combine body and spirit, and how to bow to lower myself and lift up the other party. Become a member of the temple.
  • Zen- Find enlightenment and tranquility through Zen meditation techniques
  • Balugongyang- Gain new experiences and rediscover the joys of food, sharing food with others evenly, and not making noise during a meal
  • Tea ceremony- Another way to look at yourself. While sipping a cup of tea, feel the taste of tea leaves, the temperature of the water, the scent, the materials of ceramic tea-things, and the people around you. All these things make for the best tasting tea.
  • Temple Introduction- Time to look around the temple, a treasure trove of traditional Korean culture heritage and deep beauty harmonized with nature, and feel and learn about the traditions, culture, and nature of Korea.
  • Ulryeok- All people in the temple clean and maintain the temple together. 'Ulryeok' means 'many people cooperate to work.' Through this, you can communicate with nature, cooperate with others, and look back at your 'Zen.'

There are more special programs there.

Temples in Chungcheongnam-do
  • Gapsa(temple)- is the representative temple of Gyeryongsan(Mt.). The scenery in the fall is the most beautiful, and there are many cultural heritages, such as the Daeungjeon. Various programs and a peaceful environment are provided for the Temple Stay.
  • Magoksa(temple)- Magoksa is located deep in the mountains. The venerable Jeongak and lots of cultural heritages are maintained here. A tale connected to King Sejo and Kim Si-seup and the place of Kim Gu are famous. A meditation program is provided
  • Buseoksa(temple)- It is located on the edge of Dobisan(Mt.) where there is a spectacular view of Cheonsuman and Anmyeondo. Buddhist priests Gyeongheo and Mangong used to live here. With the theme 'Birds, nature, and humans are one,' it provides various Temple Stay programs related to nature.
  • Yeongpyeongsa(temple)- Where there are lightning bugs and crayfish. Every season this area is covered with wildflowers. A music concert is held at the temple every October when white Siberian Chrysanthemums cover the whole mountain. Not only nearby residents, but also visitors from far away gather for this festival.
  • Musangsa(temple)- An exclusive temple for foreigners located on Gyeryongsan(Mt.). Foreign Buddhist priests come from around the world to enter Dongangeo and Hayangeo for three months. Domestic Buddhists can join the Angeo for a week during this period.
  • Sudeoksa(temple)- is a historic place where Zen, which was disregarded in the Joseon Dynasty, is revitalized. The beautiful Daeungjeon built during the Goryeo period is famous, and Jeonghyesa(temple) on the peak of Deoksungsan(Mt.) and Gyeonseongam, the first place for Buddhist nuns, reveal the active domestic habits of Korean Buddhists.

* More Information :http://eng.templestay.com