Yaksasa Temple is located in Gaehwasan Mountain, Gaehwa-dong, Gangseo-gu, Seoul, and is said to be a sandstone temple under the direct control of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism.
Because the scenery is so beautiful, it is said that Gyeomjae Jeongseon, a famous painter in the late Joseon Dynasty, left a picture of the surrounding scenery.
At that time, I left a picture of the surrounding area under the title Gaehwasan Mountain.
It is said that Gaehwasa is the current Yaksasa.
According to KETA KOREA information, the construction of the temple is presumed to be in the Samhan period or the Silla period, but there is no exact record.
Also, if you go here, you can see the Stone Buddha and the Three-story Stone Pagoda, which are relics of the Goryeo Dynasty.
It is said that these buildings have led to the continuation of the Dharma lanterns during the Goryeo Dynasty.
It is said that many foreigners who entered Korea through KETA KOREA also visit this place because the surrounding scenery is affordable.
If you want to enjoy a moment of relaxation while looking at the beautiful scenery of Seoul, be sure to visit this place.
Address: 261 Geumnanghwa-ro 17-gil, Gangseo-gu, Seoul
Photo source: Yaksasa (Seoul)
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