Naksansa Temple

We visited Naksansa Temple on Friday after our time at Seoraksan. This Buddhist temple is located right by the sea, and boasts a 1300-year history.

img_7497At the very top of the hill, a short but steep walk up from the temple, there’s an enormous stone statue of Buddha called Haesugwaneumsang.

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Can you spot the statue way up on the hill in this next photo?

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After visiting the temple, we had a short time to enjoy the snow-covered beach before leaving to head back to Seoul.

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About Anjali Lind

I'm a freelance violist and violinist. I teach private lessons, I read a lot of books, I love to reorganize my closets for fun, I do too many logic puzzles, and I'm obsessed with planning for early retirement.
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