What Is It Like To Visit A Buddhist Temple In South Korea?

Visiting A Buddhist Temple in South Korea


Have you ever wondered what it would be like to visit a Temple? A Buddhist temple? Or a even a Buddhist Temple in South Korea? We have collaborated with Melody from the travel blog Mel On The Move as she visits a Buddhist Temple in South Korea.

After finishing university Melody moved to South Korea by herself and decided to honour her deep-seeded desire for adventure. She loves to inspire, and delight people with her words on her travel blog Marevoli. (MAREVOLI (pronounced mar-eh-vohl-lee). It is a combination of the words marinate, evolve, and liberate.) 

Melody visits the BUSEOKSA Buddhist Temple and shows us around the beautiful grounds.

“Buseoksa Temple is a Buddhist temple located near Mt. Bonghwang in Buseok-myeon, Yeongju City, Gyeongsangbuk-do, founded by the prominent scholar-monk Uisang in 676, the 16th year of Munmu of Silla.”

When visiting South Korea making a stop at one of the beautiful temples is high on our list of things to see and do. What would you do if you were to travel to South Korea? Have you ever thought about going? Check out all of our unused travel plans for sale in our travel marketplace and you might just find that someone is selling what you are looking for! Send a message, come to a price, exchange money and then they will change the name of the ticket.

Visit Melody’s YouTube Mel On The Move here!