Korean temple

Gyeryongsan National Park – part 2 of 3

Gyeryongsan National Park – part 2 of 3

After reaching the top of the mountain, we took a little side trek up to a scenic peak and back.  This path went alongside a fence topped…

Pagodas and Tea – part 4 of 4

Pagodas and Tea – part 4 of 4

Finally, the tea part of Pagodas and Tea!  After spending some quiet time visiting the pagodas and the graves, we spent some time talking to the monk…

Pagodas and Tea – part 3 of 4

Pagodas and Tea – part 3 of 4

A while ago I did a post on Korean grave mounds.  Bodies are buried under a circular mound of dirt.  A single grave here, a group of graves…

Pagodas and Tea – part 2 of 4

Pagodas and Tea – part 2 of 4

After lunch at the rustic cabin restaurant, we continued on to the Korean Buddhist Temple.  The temple is an area that consists of multiple pagodas, buildings, statues,…

Mounds of Dirt

Mounds of Dirt

Walking up the hillside towards our hilltop park, we pass by some odd circular mounds of dirt.  There are no markings and no monuments, just the grass-covered…

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