Through these doors, past the beautiful courtyard of Haeinsa Buddhist Temple in the Gayasan National Forest, sits a large but modest one-story wooden building that houses a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage treasure. The Tripitaka Koreana, a set of 81,258 wooden printing blocks created between 1236-1251, make up the world’s oldest and most complete version of the Buddhist cannon, and Korean philosophical culture. It’s not permitted to enter the building itself but you can see the blocks lined up neatly on the shelves through the open slacks that are part of the ingenuous ventilation system that has helped to preserve them. The fact that these wooden blocks have survived this long with no real damage is quite astonishing. It’s also a testament to the tremendous effort made by all who helped make, preserve, and protect this cultural artifact from harm throughout the centuries. #tripitakakoreana #haeinsa
with @gimsujin5659 @gweonseongjin1224
We visited Haeinsa, a Buddhist Temple in the South Gyeongsang Province, about an hours drive outside of Daegu, South Korea. I’m not a particularly religious person but monks and Buddhist traditions have always captivated me. The temple is also home to the Tripitaka Koreana, the world’s oldest existing and most complete version of the Buddhist canon and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. #haeinsa #visitkorea
with @gimsujin5659 @gweonseongjin1224
.... when will i see you again?
South Gyeongsang Province (Korean: #경상남도
, translit. #Gyeongsangnam
-do, Korean pronunciation: [kjʌŋ.saŋ.nam.do]) is a province in the southeast of South Korea. The provincial capital is at #Changwon
. It is adjacent to the major metropolitan center and port of Busan. There is UNESCO World Heritage Site #Haeinsa
, a Buddhist temple that houses the Tripitaka Koreana and attracts many tourists. Automobile and petrochemical factories are largely concentrated along the southern part of the province, extending from Ulsan through #Busan
, Changwon, and #Jinju
#gyeongsangnamdo #korea #visitkorea #travelkorea #instatravel #travelgram #wanderlust
거창고모 댁에 하룻밤 자고 그 다음날 고모랑 합천에 있는 #해인사
보고 왔다. 가는 산길도 예쁘고 절 자체도 예쁘던 해인사.
거창에 사는 고모랑 고모부랑 고모부의 어머니 자주 뵙지 못하지만 뵐 때마다 난 참 즐겁다. 다같이 가조면에 #토종흑돼지식당
가서 흑돼지 석쇠구이 배터지도록 먹고 다시 고모 댁에서 끝없는 과일과 커피 사이 처음 본 드라마 #백일의낭군님
마지막 회 본방사수 했으 ㅋㅋㅋ 고모랑 늦게까지 이야기 꽃 피우다가 다음 날 해인사 갔으.
After Jeonju I went to Geochang where I have an aunt. She fed me till I could breathe no longer then she skipped work the next day to spend the next morning with me at Haeina, one of the biggest Buddhist temples in Korea with lots of history and the world's oldest printing press. Located in the #mountainside
, getting there is almost as good a sightseeing activity as the site itself.
이번에는 고모랑 대화를 많이 한 것 같아서 좋았다.
#거창 #가조 #맛집 #합천 #절 #관광명소 #뒤늦은업뎃 #geochang #hapcheon #haeinsa #temple #latergram
듣기만 해도 마음이 편안해지는 새 소리 물 소리 바람 소리🙂
Bird's chirping, water running and sound of wind that makes you feel comfortable just by listening at it👍🏻
Amazing times in Korea and Japan 2017/2018 🇰🇷🇯🇵 besides traveling, seeing the beauty of a country and its culture, besides getting to know many inspiring people, I always dreamt of experiencing the work environment in another country. Working in South Korea opened up a whole new perspective for me. I somehow felt like I could even get a little closer to the South Korean culture, like I was a part of their daily life, like I could blend in. It was an amazing time with my Korean colleagues, I asked them 15173 billions of questions about Korea during lunch everyday, they enjoyed my curiosity to the fullest and made me try almost any food there is in Korea while laughing their hearts out watching my funny, facial expressions😄 they trained me to be a Korean Karaoke-Star and one night I almost changed career to become a Soju-Promoter 🍸exploring the country on the weekends almost made me forget the -20 degrees celsius outside. I spent one weekend in the beautiful Haeinsa temple where I learned so much about Buddhism and about meditation, I was integrated into buddhist rituals like 108 full prostrations at 4am or walking meditations at night, truly one of the best experiences in my life so far. I definitely plan to go work abroad again and soak in as much of new cultures as possible 💕 #southkorea #seoul #daejeon #haeinsa #templestay #buddhism #soju #japan #tokio #shibuya #kyoto #fushimiinari #travel #workingabroad
Día 4: Haeinsa temple & Daegu
Incomparable la paz del templo Haeinsa en la montaña Gaya. Descubrir la magia de la tripitaka koreana (compilación más antigua y completa de las enseñanzas de buda caligrafía das en madera) y pasear por la ciudad de Daegu donde no hay NADA en inglés a. K. A. empiezan las experiencias castizas. Mola ver que hay sitios donde no ha llegado el turismo y te miran x la calle porque eres el primer occidental que ven en un tiempo... #haeinsa #daegu #nofilters #livingtheimpossible #korea #corea
Haeinsa Seongbo Museum and then the Tripitaka Millennium Hall. Amazing sights, sounds and air! The walk around and up to the original museum was quite a trek with all these cold clothes on! Plus my camera and shitz... worth the hike tho. The temple / museum is carefully protected from fire as there are over 80000 plus man made scrolls and ancient wooden print blocks! The work put into it is something else! The Tripitaka Hall was a totally different site with the heavy use of LEDs and technology. The theme park of sorts was definitely man-made and not in the slightest bit natural, with thousands and thousands of beautiful potted flowers and plants carefully placed throughout the landscape, but it hits its target market; the kids and parents with young kids. Us big kids were equally entertained by various types of gimmicks! Shows not over yet... off to our next destination! Thank you #asiacommunicationdesignailliance
for the wonderful hospitality! #avividworld #wrega #asiacommunicationdesignailliance #vivadram #haeinsa #tripitaka #korea #southkorea
Nos despedimos con nostalgia de Gyeongju para darle la bienvenida a Daegu!
De ahí a conocer el templo Haeinsa, budista y uno de los Tres Templos de la Joya de Corea, que representa el Dharma o las enseñanzas del Buda.
Se construyó en el año 802 en Gyeongsang del Sur. Allí dentro, se conserva la Tripitaka Coreana. La más completa colección de textos budistas, grabada en 80.000 bloques de madera y resguardada en pabellones. Una obra de ingeniería medieval que ayuda a mantener ciertos niveles de humedad durante todo el año
Está ubicado en las laderas inferiores de la Montaña Gayasan, rodeado de bosques y arroyos. Hermoso! Y además es uno de los parques nacionales más bonitos del país y un lugar perfecto para practicar senderismo, algo común entre los coreanos
Por su ubicación el modo más sencillo de llegar es desde la ciudad de Daegu. Desde allí salen autobuses directo al templo varias veces al día o en metro hasta la estación Seongdangmot.
해인사, 라떼, 파란하늘