Temple History Yeoyeojeongsa Temple is located on the western slopes of Mt. Geumosan (766.1 m) in southern Miryang, Gyeongsangnam-do. The name of the temple means “Watch, Listen, and Act With a Still Mind Temple” in English. The head monk at Yeoyeojeongsa Temple first opened a temple in Busan in 1995. He called this temple Yeoyeoseonwon Temple. Then, in 2005, he bought some land in Miryang, where he decided to build Yeoyeojeongsa Temple. And it would take a decade and a half to complete the temple. Temple Layout As you make your way up to the temple parking lot, you’ll pass by four stone statues of the Four Heavenly Kings. Having…
Hello Again Everyone!! Yeoyeojeongsa Temple, which is located in southern Miryang, Gyeongsangnam-do, means “Watch, Listen, and Act with a Still Mind Temple,” in English. First built in 1997, the temple has the most amazing Yaksa-jeon (Medicine Buddha Hall) in all of Korea with its subterranean location and beautiful statues of various Buddhas and Bodhisattvas spread throughout the cavernous hall. It’s truly something to be experience by all. So follow me as I navigate my way around this highly unique temple in the southern part of Korea.