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Bongwon Temple in Seoul is located near Yonsei University and is the head temple of the Taego Order of Korean Buddhism. This Buddhist temple has been rebuilt and relocated over its long history and was even discovered to contain a dozen bodies of the Korean serial killer Yoo Young-Cheol. With its menacing statues and spiritual significance, the temple is piece of living history that is worth exploring.
"[HanCinema Korea's Photo Diary] Bongwon Temple "
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