วัด Hangnimsa (Sejong)

Updated: Jan 15, 2019

Hangnimsa Temple (Sejong) (학림사(세종))


Introduction Hangnimsa Temple was built to serve Buddhist nuns. While its origin is unknown, it is said to have been built undernear the Hakbawi Rock on Seohaksan Mountain about 600 years ago. The temple had deteriorated over time, but was rebuilt in April 1965 and renamed Anyangsa. The name changed again to Hangnimsa after the Daeungjeon Hall and the dormintory were rebuilt in 1985.


Address

353, Waryong-ro, Yeonseo-myeon, , Sejong-si 세종특별자치시 연서면 와룡로 353


Type

Temples/ Religious Sites


Inquiries

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