This temple is one of the three Buddhist temples of the Jirisan Mountain, which was rebuilt after the Japanese invasion from 1592 to 1598. Choneunsa means “Disappearance of Spring Water”, and it was named so as a large serpent appearing out of nowhere was killed subsequent to the annihilation of every temple; hence, making the spring water drying up. It is a home to a Buddhist sanctuary called Geukrabeojeon and a national treasure in the form of a Buddhist painting called Amita Hubul Taenghwa.

 

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Open to visitors of all ages

 

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Open 24 hr

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