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Unamsa Temple in Mungyeong (운암사)(사찰)
· Area : Mungyeong · date of final modification : 2016-02-23
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Address 4, Wongol-gil, Buljeong-dong, Mungyeong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Inquaries 054-553-4795
Time Open year-round
Holidays Open year-round
Parking lot Available

Unamsa Temple is one of the subsidiaries of the Jikjisa Temple, the main temple of the Jogye Order's 8th parish. The temple is near the top of the Jaeaksan mountain in Buljeong-dong, Mungyeong, and is said to be founded by Saint Euisang in 678 (18th year by the reign of King Munmu of Silla). Then the temple was destroyed by fire in 1592 (25th year by the reign of King Seonjo of Chosun) due to invasion of Japan, but restored in 1658 (9th year by the reign of King Hyojong) by Monk Yeongjun. Afterwards, Geukrakjeon hall was restored by Monk Haeteuk In 1666 (6th year by the reign of King Hyeonjong); and the entire precinct was rebuilt by Monk Inwol in 1785 (9th year by the reign of King Jeongjo), until it underwent complete restoration for 4 years since 1972.

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