Beomeosa Temple is a very old and beautiful temple built on the mountain, with both Korean and foreign tourists to experience the beautiful atmosphere.
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A 2 hour English guided tour of the largest temple in Busan. I learned a lot about the Buddhist religion, thanks to our English tour guide. This was very busy even on a Sunday as far as tourism and worship goes. Monday was very closed...More
I came for autumn foliage for Busan. Unfortunately I missed all the available days for mountain hiking day tour organised by local company. However, unexpectedly when I visited Beomeosa Temple, the autumn foliage was truly amazing. There were mixture of green, yellow and red colour...More
The Beomeosa Temple complex is beautiful and impressive, but the easy access to hiking is also very impressive. There are several trails that lead directly from Beomeosa (just above the Temple), so wear your hiking boots and take your daypack. Take the Metro to the...More
This entails hiking after a train ride to the station of the same name get down exit 5 turn left up the slope to take bus no.90 that takes you to the temple precincts .Option is to take taxi and if you are 4 people...More
Rain and coming darkness muted some of the colors decorating these buildings, but the intricate décor could still be admired. The walk up from the parking area on the boardwalk was slick, but you could also use the parallel road. The mountain setting was beautiful...More
Take your time. There are hiking trials if you want to explore further. Take some water before hand and maybe a snack if it’s over meal tomes. A working temple that requires you be quiet as meditation was happening in some of them. Gorgeous autumnal...More
The travel distance to Beomeosa Temple is very conveniently connected from train and bus service that brings you directly to the temple. We enjoyed the calm environment and the nice landscape. The temple has accomodation for travellers as well. Might be good experience to try.
After having spent a week touring temples in Japan, this temple was a welcome change. Very different than the Japanese temples, but still very impressive.The climb is a little steep, but the wooden walkway makes it easier. The area is open to the sky with...More