Central Buddhist Museum
The focus of Jogye-sa is the giant wooden hall Daeungjeon , Seoul's largest Buddhist worship hall. Completed in 1938, its design...
Mokin are carved and painted wooden figures and decorative motifs that were used to decorate sangyeo (funeral carriages). Carved by...
In the basement of the KCDF building, this small exhibition with some English explanations will clue you into the various types of...
With a green courtyard, this atmospheric tea shop also offers alcoholic drinks such as wild-strawberry wine and quince wine. The...
Reserve three days in advance for the delicate temple-style cuisine served here. Take your time to fully savour the subtle flavours and...
55-Ujeongguk-ro, Jongno-gu · interesting places nearby
Central Buddhist Museum information
Jogye-sa's museum has three galleries of antique woodblocks, symbol-filled paintings and other Buddhist artefacts. There's also a cafe and gift shop here.