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팔영루(八詠樓)팔영루(八詠樓)
Jecheon Station (Jungang/Taebaek Line)Jecheon Station (Jungang/Taebaek Line)
Jideung-ro, Dongnyang-myeon, Chungju-si, Chungcheongbuk-do, South KoreaJideung-ro, Dongnyang-myeon, Chungju-si, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea
충주댐충주댐
Botapsa Moktap (3-story Dharma Hall) Amitabha Buddha - Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.The three-story wooden Dharma Hall, made completely without nails, stands 140 feet high symbolizing a lotus flower and the wishes for the unification of the Korean Peninsula.Botapsa Moktap (3-story Dharma Hall) Amitabha Buddha - Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.The three-story wooden Dharma Hall, made completely without nails, stands 140 feet high symbolizing a lotus flower and the wishes for the unification of the Korean Peninsula.
Botapsa Moktap (3-story Dharma Hall) - Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.The three-story wooden Dharma Hall, made completely without nails, stands 140 feet high symbolizing a lotus flower and the wishes for the unification of the Korean Peninsula.Botapsa Moktap (3-story Dharma Hall) - Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.The three-story wooden Dharma Hall, made completely without nails, stands 140 feet high symbolizing a lotus flower and the wishes for the unification of the Korean Peninsula.
Botapsa Yeongsanjeon (Arhats hall) - Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.Botapsa Yeongsanjeon (Arhats hall) - Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.
Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.
Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.
Botapsa Jeokjojeon (hall of the reclining Buddha) - Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.Botapsa Jeokjojeon (hall of the reclining Buddha) - Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.
Botapsa Cheongwangmun (Four Guardian Kings gate) - Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.Botapsa Cheongwangmun (Four Guardian Kings gate) - Botapsa in Jincheon, a relatively new temple completed in 1992, is built on the site long thought to have been one of the largest temples established during the three Kingdoms and Goryeo periods. Botapsa recently built a three-story wooden Dharma Hall, known as the Great Pagoda for National Unification, without nails in the tradition of the three Kingdoms period.
Rock pondRock pond
Bonseong-ri, Maengdong-myeon, Eumseong-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do, South KoreaBonseong-ri, Maengdong-myeon, Eumseong-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea
Bonseong-ri, Maengdong-myeon, Eumseong-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do, South KoreaBonseong-ri, Maengdong-myeon, Eumseong-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea
Tree at Sangdang FortressTree at Sangdang Fortress
Cheongju Tunnel of street treesCheongju Tunnel of street trees
예술의전당예술의전당
압구정동압구정동
대청호 미술관.조각공원대청호 미술관.조각공원
Pop Ju Sa TemplePop Ju Sa Temple
MunjuRiMunjuRi
호암예술관호암예술관
Wolreujeung of Hwanggan-3Wolreujeung of Hwanggan-3
한국교원대학교 CC로드한국교원대학교 CC로드
이지당이지당
문의문화재단지문의문화재단지
덕주산성2덕주산성2
박달재박달재
박달재박달재
박달재광장 휴게소박달재광장 휴게소
비내늪 2010년 6월 21일비내늪 2010년 6월 21일
금수산(錦繡山) 대비사 에서 내려다본 단양금수산(錦繡山) 대비사 에서 내려다본 단양
금수산에서 내려다 본 적성 저수지 (reservoir JukSung seen from Mt. KumSu)금수산에서 내려다 본 적성 저수지 (reservoir JukSung seen from Mt. KumSu)
Ongdalsam 깊은산속 옹달샘Ongdalsam 깊은산속 옹달샘
Ongdalsam 깊은산속 옹달샘Ongdalsam 깊은산속 옹달샘
무암계곡무암계곡
의림지의림지
충주호충주호
충주호충주호
충주호충주호
충주호리조트충주호리조트
충주호충주호
Chung-ju ho (Chung-ju Lake)Chung-ju ho (Chung-ju Lake)
Chung-ju ho (Chung-ju Lake)Chung-ju ho (Chung-ju Lake)
Wano-RiWano-Ri
Ondal Cave / 온달동굴Ondal Cave / 온달동굴
[Streaming Seoul]JongGoo BangSan Market[Streaming Seoul]JongGoo BangSan Market
[Streaming Seoul]JongGoo BangSan Market[Streaming Seoul]JongGoo BangSan Market
[Streaming Seoul]JongGoo BangSan Market[Streaming Seoul]JongGoo BangSan Market
[Streaming Seoul]JongGoo BangSan Market[Streaming Seoul]JongGoo BangSan Market