Boriam Namhae's 1st attraction

Boriam Image

The Mt. Geum is a miracle mountain where Taejo Lee Seong-gye built Joseon Dynasty after 100 days of prayer.

As it looks like the entire mountain is covered with a silk, Mt. Bogwang was renamed as Mt. Geum. There’s Boriam, the one of three player spot of our country, which Great Master Wonhyo established, and the sunrise of Mt. Geum is more than the words can express

Hwabang temple Namhae's 9th attraction

Hwabang temple Image

The Great Master Wonhyo established Yeonjuk Temple in Yeongjuk, Seomyeon but most reverend priest Jingak moved it to Daegye-ri, Gohyeon-myeon and renamed it as Yeongjang Temple but it was about to be destroyed during Japanese Invasion but was repaired by the disciples of Buddhist Master Seosan, Gyewon and Yeongcheol and renamed as Hwabang Temple in Injo's 15th year (1637).

Yongmun Temple Namhae's 11th attraction

Yongmun Temple Image

The Yongmun Temple located in Mt. Hogu is the largest and oldest temple in Namhae.

The clean water of Mt. Hogo's valley looks like a tiger is lied down and it is flow into the linn where a dragon ascended into heaven.

Yongmun Temple is known as second Bogwang Temple established by Buddhist Master Wonhyo during Silla Dynasty.


Undaeam Image

The Undaeam was called Manggyeong Temple since the beginning of Goryeo and was placed on the mid-slope of Mt. Daebang in Changseon-myeon then became the best prayer place among Palseonji (八仙地) and then renamed as Undaeam during Joseon Dynasty.

The Undaeam is in harmony with wood, roof tile, which are our traditional construction techniques, and stunning landscape.


Mangunam Image

The Mangunam was built along with Hwabang Temple on Mt. Mangun by most reverend priest Jingak during Goryeo Dynasty as miracle player spot, which cures serious illnesses.

On the Mangunam, which is located at 700 m above sea level, has Qianlong Geonryungeulsamyeongdongjong and Bodhisattva stone sculpture as cultural resources.

Beopheung temple

Beopheung temple Image

The Namhae Beopheung temple (aka: Pogyodang) was rebuilt on late Joseon Dynasty as Goryeo Dynasty's traditional Buddhist temple. As this was next to hyanggyo in Namhae-eup, it was a place where believers soothe the mind and soul and was a Buddhist temple, which endlessly done the missionary work during Japanese invasion period.