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Haeinsa Sorigil

Listen to your voice walking along Hongryudong Valley Haeinsa Sori-gil, Hongryudong Valley that is seen on the way to Haeinsa looks different in each season.It is called Hongryudong, meaning flowing red valley, because the autumn colors are so red. This road that watched the proud history of one thousand years is newly named to‘'Haeinsa Sori-gil’'to guide weary travelers to the nature. The road starts at World History Culture Hall in Yacheon-ri where ‘'Daejanggyeong Millennium World Culture Festival’ 'takes place to Haeinsa. It’'s about 7km long. As you walk up, you will hear the clear sound of the running water from nearby or far. This is the best road to empty your mind and to do some deep thinking. Tripitaka Millennium Hall→Hongnyudong ticket office→Seongbu Museum→Master Seongcheol’s Sarira Case→Iljumun→Haeinsa→Haksadae
  • Hongnyudong Valley 1
    Hongnyudong Valley
    Contact :
    055-930-8000 (Gayasan National Park Office)  
    Address :
    1502-9 Gayasan-ro, Gaya-myeon, Hapcheon-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do  
    It is a 4-km long valley that stretches from Gayasan National Park to the entrance of Haeinsa and it is called Hongnyudong Valley because during the fall season the leaves are so red with the autumna
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  • Haeinsa Seongbo Museum 1
    Haeinsa Seongbo Museum
    Contact :
    055-934-3150 (Seongbo Museum)  
    Address :
     
    Haeinsa Seongbo Museum is a Buddhist museum that is in 2 story high building with an area of 3576m2 and has various parts such as an exhibition room, artifact storage, arts and science room, seminar r
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  • Tripitaka Koreana Record Culture Theme Park 1
    Tripitaka Koreana Record Culture Theme Park
    Contact :
    055-930-4793  
    Address :
    1160 Gayasan-ro, Gaya-myeon, Hapcheon-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do  
    Tripitaka Koreana, a collection of wooden printing blocks stored in Haeinsa, was originally carved during Goryeo Dynasty. However, when it was destroyed by fire during the Mongol invasions of Korea, K
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  • Haeinsa 1
    Haeinsa
    Contact :
    055-934-3000 (Haeinsa Temple Office)  
    Address :
    1502-9 Gayasanro, Gaya-myeon, Hapcheon-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do  
    Haeinsa is one of the 10 Hwaeom Temples built in Silla Dynasty to expand and enhance the proud and spiritual foundation of Hwaeomjong (Flower Garland: a tradition of Mahayana Buddhist philosophy t
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