Templestary Tour

STEP2 - Review Details

  • [SIT-2] Temple Stay at Jingwansa Temple(2D&1N)
  • The Temple Stay Program is to give a chance to experience Korean Buddhist traditional culture that well preserved cultural property and practice of Seon meditation. This basic 24-hour overnight program provides participants to relax, reflect and revitalize themselves so this experience could make them to be positive and to elevate their life. Templestays offer various kinds of practicing methods such as Yebul (ceremonial service involving chanting), Chamseon(Zen meditation), Dado (tea ceremony) and Baru gongyang(Buddhist formal monastic meal). Participants can find their 'true self' amongst the harmony of nature while staying at a temple.
    • Period2 Days & 1 Nights
    • Minimum No. of Pax2 Persons
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(Price per person/US$)

No. of Person 2~3 4~7 8~10 11~19 20~29
30up
+1FOC
Single Supp.
Charge
Throughout the year 495 315 230 205 155 140  

* Your tour fee will reflect rate on the starting date and will not change throughout the rest of the tour.

Tour fee includes

- Accommodation: Jingwansa Temple(several persons per room use) for 1night
- Meal: 1 temple breakfast & dinner
- Transfer: Private vehicle
- Guide: English-speaking
- Other: Admissions, Toll & Parking fee, Tips for guide & driver

Itinerary (Price per person/US$)
Date City Travel Information
DAY 1
Seoul
(09:00-00:00)
Meet a guide at hotel lobby → Move to Jingwansa Temple → Jingwansa Templestay program

Temple Stay Program (Main Activities)
Dadam with monks
Dialogue with monks over a cup of tea
Buddhist Formal Monastic Meal (Baru gongyang)
Baru gongyang is a unique and special way of eating in Korean temples. At this communal meal practice the meal is eaten in total silence, and not a single grain of rice is wasted.
Ringing the Dhama Bell
Evening ceremony



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*Photograph offered by KTO
Dinner: Temple
DAY 2
Seoul
(00:00-11:00)
Jingwansa Templestay program(~10:00) → Back to hotel

Temple Stay Program (Main Activities)
108 prostrations
In Buddhism, prostration is more than a spiritual practice to develop a humble mind.
Buddhist Formal Monastic Meal (Baru gongyang)
Baru gongyang is a unique and special way of eating in Korean temples. At this communal meal practice the meal is eaten in total silence, and not a single grain of rice is wasted.
Pohaeng
Walking slowly through the fir tree forest in meditation
Buddhist Formal Monastic Meal (Baru gongyang)
Baru gongyang is a unique and special way of eating in Korean temples. At this communal meal practice the meal is eaten in total silence, and not a single grain of rice is wasted.
Devotional Chanting at Yebul, Ceremonial Service (Yebul)
Yebul is a ceremonial service to praise Buddha. This solemn ceremonial service is held 3 times a day; in the morning, midday and evening helping to clear one’s mind.



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*Photograph offered by KTO
Breakfast: Temple
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