7 sacred mountain monasteries in Korea listed by Unesco; Lainey Loh; Travel Wire Asia

A MAJORITY of South Koreans have no formal affiliation with a religion, and the ones who do are either mostly Protestants or Buddhists, with the former being the larger group. However, Buddhism in the Korean peninsula has a long and distinguished history that dates as far back as 372 CE. The teaching was first…

Source: 7 sacred mountain monasteries in Korea listed by Unesco – Travel Wire Asia

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