Haedong Yonggungsa Temple in Gijang-gun, Busan, is a seaside temple close to the beach. The temple is built on a large rock by the sea and has a unique atmosphere. Because of this atmosphere, many people are looking for Haedong Yonggungsa Temple.
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple is making many things to see for travelers, so I think many people will visit Haedong Palace.
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The attraction of Busan, which i’ve lived in Busan for 25 years but has never been there. When I heard about Busan after coming to Seoul, why haven’t I heard it?
I haven’t come to Busan for long time, so I have to go see everything I missed this time.
The first destination is a temple closest to the sea, “Haedong Yonggung Temple” a temple with the fastest sunrise in Korea.
If you don’t have a car, you have to walk a lot. When you get off the bus and walk in about 1km, you’ll find the entrance to Yonggungsa Temple.
verywhere in Busan, they sell seed hotteok. I’ll buy one when I come out.
The eighth-floor stone pagoda right in front of the entrance. ‘Traffic Safety Stone Pagoda’. Please don’t let me get into a car accident.
Behind the traffic safety pagoda is the entrance to Yonggungsa Temple. So far, I can’t see anything about Yonggungsa temple. I think i can see the temple down there.
As soon as I passed the entrance, there was a statue on my right. It’s called “Deuknambul” with a hearty laugh and a bulging belly. It’s supposed to happen if you rub its belly and make a wish for begetting a son. People touched it a lot and it became sleekly.
I keep going down the stairs at the entrance to Yonggung Temple. Was it a longevity staircase? I can’t remember the name well, but every step has a name.
It must be hard for me to come up…I can still hear the harsh breathing of people coming up.
First of all, before you go directly into Yonggungsa Temple, If you go to the left side of the stairs, you will find a place to see Yonggungsa Temple at a glance.
The sea breeze is so cool. The smell of the sea is added to the salty wind, so I can feel the scent of Busan. Is it more so because i came to my hometown after a long time?
If you take the left-hand street, there is a statue of a gilt-bronze Buddha and a mailbox. It’s a mail box with a design I’ve seen a lot…It looks like a big mailbox in Ganjeolgot.
The sea, rocks, forests, and temple are as they were in their place as if they were. It’s so well-positioned that it feels strange without Yonggung Temple.
‘Coin point of luck’. You can see it on the rainbow bridge leading to Yonggungsa Temple. People are leaning against the railing and pulling out coins and throwing them in that little place.
Put your hands together in a godly heart. I’ll carefully put my hands together and do bowing.
A panoramic view of the East Sea and Yonggungsa Temple.
If you go up the stairs, you will find another stone Buddha.
people who bring their hands together, whether indoors or outdoors, to express their own sense of respect. Maybe it’s the highest stone Buddha here in Haedong Yonggungsa Temple.
Come back down and walk around the grounds. I look back Daeungbojeon once again and look around.
A statue of Biryong stands with Yeoju in front of Daewoongjeon Hall in Yonggung Temple. And There’s a path down the precinct to the basement, and if you walk down there, you’ll find a mysterious mineral water.
There’s a rumor that drinking mineral water can bring good things, I have to go taste it.
Cross the rainbow bridge again and take a picture against the tiled wall.
When you take a picture with a tile background, the picture looks very beautiful. a nice place to take pictures.
The temple with the fastest sunrise in Korea. If i stay in Busan, I want to come to see the sunrise.
I’m getting hungry for lunch. I’m looking around for something to eat, and I can see the seed hotteok. I buy one just to taste it. The savory oil and sweet sugar taste like hotteok.
The sea and red mailboxes viewed from Haedong Yonggung Temple. It’s a great place to leave a picture of your memories. It would be nice to write down the memories of your trip to Busan in a red mailbox, right? Instead, I came back with one wish in my mind.