Very good place,beautifull,amazing,you won't say sorry if you come here.easy to find it,bus stop in front of temple.
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The Sanbanggulsa Temple is located SSW of Mt. Hallasan directly at the coast. It is a very unique and colourful temple which reminds us more on the temple in Taiwan as in Korea mainland. The temple is located just below Mt. Sanbang. We had our junior with us but with older kids it is probably a nice tour on top... More
Vigorous climb is SO worth the views and forest around you :) Feel as the Buddhists as you turn the drums and go within.
C1 ( 2016.07.14 ) This temple's shape was unique and located in cave. The way to this tempe was about 15 minutes in uphill stairs and had good view. Though it was hard to temple, but after climbing there was good, and could drink mineral water. Sometimes there was no climbing because of bad weather. There was another temple at... More
The temple complex is structurally interesting because it is spread out on the foot of the mountain. It's not actually very big and not of the structures are magnificient compared to other temples elsewhere, but very nice overall. But the view is really amazing. Look South and you'll see green slopes going down to the sea, look the other way... More
Not just a temple, but amazing views of the coast and water. The temples are free to enter and offer an amazing experience. A must see if in this area. Plenty of drinks, food, views and restrooms. Only con is the steps are not very friendly. We have a 3, 7 and 8 year old. 3 year old needed carried.
If there is nothing else you do go see this temple. It is a sprawling complex that goes all up to the base of the mountain. Along the way if you do hike all the way up to the top, there are signs to explain the legends behind the names of the places you walk and why there is a... More
Me and my friends really enjoyed our time around the Sanbanggulsa temple and really enjoyed the serenity and tranquillity it provided. The location within the mountain itself is breath taking and it really does give this temple a unique look compared to other temples. The stream that runs down into the cave is incredible and this place allows you to... More
It didn't take as long as we expected to get around the temple, but what was there was beautiful. The big bell was impressive, as was the actual,temple itself, but you shouldn't need more than 30-45 mins to see most of it. Worth seeing though.
Nice peaceful place to visit. Came across this place while heading to Yeogmeori coast. Can be accessed from the same parking lot to the coast. If you're driving a rented car you can key in 7942940. Recommend to drive if you are touring jeju.