Another temple worth visiting in Andong, Bongseosa Temple.
The Buddhist priest Uisang built Buseoksa Temple and flew the phoenix into the sky, and the phoenix sat in four places.
One is Youngbongsa Temple.
Another is Bongjeongsa temple.
Another is Myeongbongsa Temple.
Finally, here’s the Bongseosa Temple.
Yeongbongsa Temple and Bongseosa Temple are located in Bukhu-myeon in Andong.
Bongjeongsa Temple is located in Seohu-myeon, Andong, and Myeongbongsa Temple is located in Yecheon.
If we go in more detail, Bongjeongsa Temple was where the phoenix was staying. The place where the phoenix laid his eggs is Yeongbongsa temple. The place where the phoenix stayed for a while is here Bongseosa Temple.
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Right next to Bongsa Temple is the Geumhaksa Temple that I visited the other day.
Today, I go to Bongseosa Temple.
The road up is a one-way street.
It’s narrow enough for two cars to pass.
I love the feeling of going through this wooded path.
It’s like entering a new world.
The taste of eyes is refreshing here as well.
It looks a little far away. The low mountains are stacked in layers to form a spectacular view.
Here is the origin of the temple. Youngbongsa temple is first and then Bongseosa temple.
It’s a very quiet place. There’s a Buddhist monk. He’s very kind and helpful. he show us indoors and the dog that lives with him also welcome people.
I would like to see the sunset here at Bongseosa Temple if I can spare time. The sky changes colorfully as the sun sets west, and I want to see this area quietly while having a cup of tea.
Unfortunately, time to move back, I liked the calm atmosphere here in Bongseosa temple.
A view that looks down and a building that blends with nature is attractive, Bongseosa Temple.