Beomeosa Temple

Beomeosa Temple is located at the edge of Mt. Geumjeongsan. The temple was constructed by monk Ui Sang in 678 AD during the Silla.
The original Temple was destroyed during the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592 but rebuilt in 1713.
In the temple complex, there is Iljumun, the three-story pagoda with four pillars, and seven royal palace wings, pavilions, three gates, and eleven hermitages.
Designated as a natural monument, the wisteria woods and valleys are most beautiful in May.
You can also experience a temple stay. Different programs are available- contact the Temple if interested.




Beomeosa, Kumjongsan NO 546, Chungryong-dong, Kumjung-gu, Busan


Admission Fee


Free for general grounds. Fee for temple stay.


Getting There


More Information on directions are available at Visit Korea Website Beomeosa Temple transportation Section




• If you plan not to go to any of the programs, this attraction can be finished within an hour.
• Wear good walking shoes and bring water.
• Several Temple Stay/ Life programs are offered here. The programs generally include a temple/ history tour, tea ceremony, morning/evening meditation, and enjoying monastic instruments. More Information available at Beomeosa Temple website




Visit the Beomeosa Temple website for tourist information