Jecheon Neighborhoods • Guinsa


Author: Parent     Date pictures taken: September 2004     City: Jecheon     Country: Korea      Pictures Attached: 15     Pictures License: Copyrighted Free Use - Requires Attribution - Allows Commercial Reuse and Derivative Works     Neighborhood Type: Jecheon Temple



Guinsa Pictures

by Parent on Sun Apr 13, 2008 10:18 am


The Guinsa temple is the headquarters of the Korean Cheontae sect of Buddhism. In Hangul it is written as 구인사 and in Hanja as 救仁寺. 救 means to assist, 仁 means human and 寺 means temple.

Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple) Woman with [[Hanbok]] in visitors parking lot. (270.82 KB) Photo viewed 371 times
Pic. 1. Woman with Hanbok in visitors parking lot. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple)  (232.67 KB) Photo viewed 353 times
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Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple) Visitors parking, monk, temple entrance. (183.62 KB) Photo viewed 350 times
Pic. 3. Visitors parking, monk, temple entrance. View photo in original size (888x764 pixels).


Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple)  (231.28 KB) Photo viewed 383 times
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Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple)  (185 KB) Photo viewed 337 times
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Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple)  (178.22 KB) Photo viewed 351 times
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Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple)  (191.8 KB) Photo viewed 347 times
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Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple) Parking lot for vehicles belonging to the monks. Impressive wealth within this buddhist branch. (324.26 KB) Photo viewed 354 times
Pic. 8. Parking lot for vehicles belonging to the monks. Impressive wealth within this buddhist branch. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple)  (274.52 KB) Photo viewed 348 times
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Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple) 2 Monks. (165.39 KB) Photo viewed 334 times
Pic. 10. 2 Monks. View photo in original size (950x580 pixels).


Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple) Off Limits to non-monks. (203.88 KB) Photo viewed 337 times
Pic. 11. Off Limits to non-monks. View photo in original size (984x710 pixels).


Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple) Bridges. (119.4 KB) Photo viewed 382 times
Pic. 12. Bridges. View photo in original size (766x562 pixels).


Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple)  (230.54 KB) Photo viewed 345 times
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Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple) View from bridge. (243.13 KB) Photo viewed 346 times
Pic. 14. View from bridge. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Guinsa neighborhood, Jecheon City, Korea, September 2004 by Parent (Jecheon Temple) It was forbidden to take a picture of the buddha. Please don't tell the monks I did.. (240.8 KB) Photo viewed 343 times
Pic. 15. It was forbidden to take a picture of the buddha. Please don't tell the monks I did.. View photo in original size (964x750 pixels).


Map of Guinsa neighborhood.

Last edited by Parent on Sun Apr 13, 2008 1:39 pm, edited 3 times in total.



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