Temple Visiting

Religious. A sensitive topic, isn’t it? I am not trying to stir anything up because I do not like talking openly about it either. Anyone can believe in what they want to believe in. Everybody has their own rights to do things in this world. Although looking back, I am surprised I can have a conversation about this kind of thing with my friend. It is, of course, the Autumn boy again. Hahaha!

Anyway, what is your religion if I may ask? Personally, I do not think I am particularly atheist. I believe in spiritual things, you know like the universe. I do pray to God from times to times when I need guidance, but at the same time talking to the universe. I am weird. That does not make any sense, doesn’t it?

I visited the temple with my friends and I did pay my respect to God there because my family believes in… (I am not gonna even say the name of God in case I got the name wrong and get bashed. Sorry!)

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The place is astonishing. The scenery is spectacular as the temple is nearby the sea and you guys should have known by now how much I love the ocean view.

I apologize in advance if anyone is annoyed by my outfit choice. 🙂 It was our last day of the 5 days vacation. I did not intend to visit the temple with them in the beginning because they wanted to go hiking later. I was planning to go to the malls by myself since they waited for me for so long, I went with them.

Cheers! 🙂

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If I remember correctly, you throw a coin in one of those. We attempted multiple times. It was so much fun.

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Unfortunately, we couldn’t go in there.

All in all, I had so much fun in Busan. Wishing to visit again either with my family or loved one next time around.

Location: Gijang-gun – Gijang-eup, South Korea, Busan, Gijang-gun, 416-21 Sirang-ri

                   Haedong Yonggung Temple

Fun Fact: The temple was built in 1376. It is so old!!!!

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