The Beauty Of Songgwangsa Temple ; The Buildings

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The first thing waiting for me was the spring of the temple.
Every temple has the spring.
I think the reason of the springs in the temple is a kind of the simple that the teaching of Buddha can satisfy the thirst for the truth and the realization of the great way.

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The appearance of the spring was so romantic due to the rain.

The main building, Daewungjeon, was located in the center of the temple. At the left side, the building of praying for the dead was stood.

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And there were two buildings at the other side of the main building. One of these building have been written the smallest temple.
Photo was banned, so l looked inside, only one person can barely sit in this building.
It was dark inside, so when sitting alone you could concentrate in yourself.

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Photo was prohibited in all most of the buildings in this temple. So it was sorry I could not show you inside.

But the outside appearance of this temple was so beautiful.
In my view, the beauty of buildings can be said as a best among all Korean temples.

I took the photos.
Let’me show you pics with my feelings and emotions what I could get in Songgwangsa.

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I was so sorry that entering into many buildings was not permitted. As I told you, the main function of Songgwangsa temple was cultivating monks, so it seemed that any disturbing behaviors must be banned.

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I am always amazed by the construction technique used for these buildings. Really special. Thank you for showing us these monuments

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Thank you so much

The Buddhist temples @slowwalker are indeed beautifully made and they have a calming effect because of the natural surroundings as it was near a spring that can be used to quench one's thirst. I just hoped too see the inside of those building but this is just good enough to glance the beutiful outside. The wishing well even has paper money in it too.

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Hahaha, Thank you

Beautiful photography.

so beautiful, has so much History in the culture. thank you for sharing... where else have you been?

This is Amazing... I need to start traveling... great post...

Beautiful photos, @slowwalker.

You are right, buildings are lovely and mysterious in the rain.

Water has always been a metaphor for life and truth. Besides being a symbol of the great way, even the sound of water flowing from a temple spring can be very peaceful and soothing.

I noticed clouds of mist clinging to the mountains - temples are always built on high places and the mist seems to accentuate the remoteness and tranquility.

A breathtaking photo tour of a truly beautiful temple, my friend.

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Thank you for your thoughtful comment

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thank you

Many times they prohibit entry to conserve more structures and since they have many years of wear and tear it is noticeable and not all people are aware of these types of routes.
muchas veces prohiben la entrada para conservar mas las estructuras y ya que tienen muchos años el desgaste se deja notar y no todas las personas son conscientes en estos tipos de recorridos.

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아름다운 절이네요 사진에서는 왠지 새벽의 차분함이 느껴집니다. 감사합니다

a quiet and peaceful place , thanks for your sharing .

Awsome place.
Great photography........

Awesome photography keep it up...

Nice place.
I want to visit this place.........

Very pretty pictures and culture. Thank you for sharing these treasures with us. @slowwalker

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Thank you so much

Such a beautiful and spiritual location. Made all the more stunning with the misty rain hanging around the hills

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It looks like a lovely place to visit. Thanks for sharing your experience.

Wow this are lovely buildings. This is really ancient architecture and thus is breath taking , I wish taking pictures of the inside aren’t prohibited. I’d love to see the inside . Thanks for sharing such beautiful pictures

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Thank you so much

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Thank you @slowwalker, sir.

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The beautiful of does building cannot be overemphasized @slowwalker the creativity behind to picture are amazing . Great job buddy

What an amazingly beautiful serene place @slowwalker. All of the photos really bring to mind the whole concept of peace and nature in an absolutely beautiful surrounding. But I would expect nothing less at a place of great worship. Thanks for sharing.

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Thank you for reading

Pictures show the culture of the people and civilization of the people
Really something very cool
A very distinctive temple

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Thank you so much

your country is very beautiful and a culture is beautiful have great day my friend

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They have banned entry to save more structures many times and since they are touched after many years, they do not become aware of such a route. There is no lack of seasonal structural medicines from all over the world, and they can not afford much more medicines.

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If not for you l wouldn't see this as a temple. Maybe a nice apartment somewhere.thanks for this today @slowwalker

Beautiful photos! It looks like a very peaceful place. Proper for praying and reconnect with nature and inner self

Lovely temples surrounded by mountains and greenery.
You gave gist of these Temples that pushed the curiosity to know about them. Nice feed 🤟

If beauty has a definition, then this is beauty.
I so much cherish the Korean culture.
Kamsamnida hyung (hope, I am correct, lol)

It is very pleasant to visit new places and enjoy its beauty, although you could not take pictures of its interior to show us, you have the satisfaction of having witnessed it and so we live through you .... Very good post.

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풍광이 아름다운건지
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법정스님이 출가하신 절입니다

I guess that the weather was not so nice! Nice photos however! Best wishes from Germany

Super bonito ese lugar.. :)

nice temple pictures it shows that the Songgwangsa respect their culture.
nice post @slowwalker

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what a beautiful place... nice photography...

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the building of prayers for the dead was very interesting.each buddha building has its own function and role.your blog about the trip is perfect and adds to the history experience.I am happy to have friends like you. Thanks

As always, very good photos and very nice post.

Great songgwangsa temple nice exploration @slowwalker

Love how is foggy and misterious. Really need to visit Asia. :)

Thank you for sharing the pics of the Songgwangsa temple. It looks truly beautiful. It truly looks like a place where monks belong to.

woww.. I wish I can go to a place like this
beautiful

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Very beautiful architecture. All the photos are gorgeous. Most of all I liked the rich turtle in the last photo. Good luck to you and Love.

Очень красивая архитектура. Все фото великолепны. Больше всего понравилась богатая черепаха на последнем фото. Удачи Вам и Любви.

Hai slowwalker
You always share beautiful photography on your blog. These are great photographic photographs.
i will go back to see other interesting pictures.
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Songgwangsa Temple was one of four Temple Stays that I visited when I was in Korea. All of the Temple Stays were fantastic, but this one had a more intimate feeling of great age and history as one walks through the lanes. . The people at the Temple Stay visit area were friendly ,awakening to see the gong player and the fish clakker, music that resonates into the mountains to bring adherents to Buddhism from the spirit world.