Jikji-sa Temple

Buddhism imported from China had a heavy influence on the Silla Kingdom and it is from this period that Jikji-sa dates. Come and admire the superb ornamentation of its 20 or so buildings, of which there were originally 40. The 15C hall of a thousand Buddhas stands opposite Birojeon, a small 9C stone pagoda, home to a triptych of huge silk canvas paintings (1744). The latter are outstanding both for the detail of expression and their vivid use of colour.

Useful information

Address : 



+82 53-436-6084


2500 KRW

Opening hours

Mar-Oct: 7am-6.30pm; rest of year: 7am-5.30pm