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Guinsa Buddhist Temple 구인사 - Korea



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Guinsa, located in Sobaeksan (Mt.Sobaek), is the place of origin of the Tienta order in Korean Buddhism.
This temple is the center of the cult which includes over a million devotees who practice their faith at more
than three hundred branch temples and assembly halls. The Great Founder Sang-wall Won-gak, who is the leading
spirit of recent Korean Buddhism, ascended Yun-hwa in Sobaeksan forty years ago and there he inaugurated
this great Buddhist seminary Guinsa in his ardent wish to deliver all people and protect the nation by promoting Truth.

 

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Memorial Hall
Memorial Hall
Lanterns
Lanterns
Entrance Gate
Entrance Gate
Lanterns at Night
Lanterns at Night
Valley View
Valley View
Dorms
Dorms
Lanterns
Lanterns
Main Hall
Main Hall
Temple Layout Drawing
Temple Layout Drawing