The only Japanese inspectors left the country.
It departs from Geumgangseonsa [Geumgangsa], which was established in August 1909 by Uchida, a monk of the Jodong sect of Japan, in a trillion-ton residence for foreigners in Gunsan. At that time, Geumgangsa Temple was'Pokyoso'. Uchida built Daeungjeon and Yosa in 1913 by receiving orders from 29 believers, including Kumamoto and Miyazaki, the large farmers in the Gunsan region.
It was confiscated by the U.S. military government with liberation in 1945, but was dismissed in 1947 and resumed its function as a temple. In 1955, it was acquired by'Buddhist Jeonbuk Jongmuwon', and Kim Nam-gok [1913~1983] was registered as'Dongguksa', meaning'it is a temple in our country', and Seonunsa, the 24th parish of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism in 1970. Registered in and are reaching today.
Daeungjeon Hall, registered cultural property No. 64, was built with construction materials imported from Japan, and unlike traditional temples in Korea, it is characterized by being connected to the temple, the residence of monks, by a corridor. Daeungjeon Hall is a square single-story parjak roof with 5 compartments in the front and 5 compartments in the side. It is a Japanese Edo period architecture with a very monotonous exterior. The roof sling forms a steep slope of 75 degrees, there are many windows on the outer wall of the building, and the Yongmaru contrasts with the hanok in a straight line.
This temple is known as the temple where Goeun, the poet, was a young man. His real name is Euntae Go. I lived as a monk for over 10 years, but after that, I changed my life.
Established a girl statue in Japan.
There is a bamboo forest behind Dongguksa Temple. Dongguksa bamboo is said to be the same as the bamboo growing in Arashiyama in Kyoto, Japan. I hope you stop by.
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