You haven’t been to temple til you’ve been to Guin temple
Schedule: 16 Nov 2013
09:00 Meet at Samgakji Subway station Exit 11, no 6.
13:30 Arrive at Guin temple & Lunch
15:00 Ondal Open Film Set
17:30 Leave for seoul
20:30 Arrive seoul & have a little party at Stunningkorea office.(If you want.)
Cost : 55,000W/PERSON This covers:
Lunch & Snack
How to Pay for Trips
1.You can use ATM machines to wire payments directly from your bank account to Stunning korea’s account, which is Kookmin Bank 509002-01-284229 under the name of Youn Young Sik.
2.Otherwise, you can visit any bank in Korea and have a teller wire the funds on your behalf. Be sure to have my phone number handy (010 9967 1128) if you encounter any problems.
How to sign up for the trip:
After wiring payment please remember to send an email to the email@example.com in order to confirm the booking and let us know your full name,pick up site and phone number.
About the location:
Guinsa Temple, located below Yeonhwabong Peak of Sobaeksan Mountain, is the headquarters of the Cheontae Order of Korean Buddhism and now presides over 140 temples across the nation. Standing on a lot measuring a total of 15,014 square meters, the temple has an impressive, 5-story main sanctuary as well as over 50 chambers and is bordered by modern buildings that can accommodate up to 10,000 visitors.
The Ondal Open Film Set has been the scene of many popular Korean dramas. The set is located within the Ondal tourist site in Danyang-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do. In addition to the famous sets themselves, clothes and props used during filming are on exhibit, and models of the drama’s protagonists are available for photos. Visitors are also welcomed to experience the many other attractions in the area, including Ondal Cave, a theme park, Ondalsanseong Fortress, Ondalgwan museum, and well-known regional cuisine.