Baekyangsa Temple - Korean

Located within Naejangsan National Park, Baekyangsa Temple was founded during the reign of King Mu of the Baekje Dynasty (632). The name of the temple means “white sheep,” and refers to a legend from the Goryeo period in which a white sheep came down from the mountain to listen to a sermon and was sufficiently enlightened that it was able to ascend into Paradise. The mountains and valleys around the temple make it a really beautiful scenic spot throughout all seasons. But it’s most magical during fall with the iconic red maple leaves.

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