Mihwangsa Temple101 Votes Currently Open
- Address: South Korea, Jeollanam-do, Haenam-gun, Songji-myeon, Seojeong-ri, 산 247
- Phone: +82-615333521
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids
The Mihwangsa Temple is a serene Buddhist pilgrim site nestled in the Dharma Mountains overlooking the Sea of Japan from the Haenam County of the Korean Peninsula. The temple, a branch of head temple Daeheungsa, is the southernmost worship house of the Korean mainland. The main Buddha Hall or the Daeungbojeon of Mihwangsa Temple features three sections on three sides while being decorated in the ornate Dapo styled panels supporting the ceiling. The shrine is dedicated to three Buddha Statues namely Seokgamuni Bul, Amita Bul and the Yaksa Yeorae Bul. The Eungjindang or Nahanjeon Hall is used as the Arahat Halls where you will find sixteen paintings of Arahats along with the 18th century styled Buddha painting on the wall.
How to Reach Mihwangsa Temple
- Rented Car/ Taxi