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Nestled in the mountain valleys and located in Bukhansan National Park, Jinkwansa Temple Jinkwansa Temple is an exciting place where you can feel and experience Korean Traditional Buddhist culture and history of 1,700 years. Jinkwansa Temple is run by female Buddhist monks or nuns (Bigunis) who live their Buddhist monastic lives filled with compassion and wisdom. Jinkwansa Temple nuns offer many programs including tea ceremonies and meditation practice programs which provide comfort and happiness to today’s busy modern people. Jinkwansa Temple is also world renowned for its Temple Cuisine, especially the culinary dishes prepared by the Venerable Head Nun Gaeho, who has been designated as Master of Buddhist Temple Cuisine. Her recipes and meals have piqued interest from international artists and Hollywood stars to famous chefs and world leaders. Each year, in the autumn, Jinkwansa Temple holds Buddhism is highest court ritual, Suryuk-Jae which is dedicated as a National Intangible Cultural Property No. 126.
No. of Meeting Rooms

12

Maximum Capacity(persons)

Largest Hall Area(m²)

Venue Information

Address
73, Jingwan-gil, Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul
Tel
82-2-388-7999
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Hotel Information
Name of Hall Location Size(m²) Capacity (persons)
Theater Classroom Banquet
Hamwoldang (Main hall) 1F 149 100 80 60
Hamwoldang (Small hall) 1F 53 40 30 20
Gilsangwon (Room 1) 1F 11 0 0 0
Gilsangwon (Room 2) 1F 9 0 0 0
Gilsangwon (Room 3) 1F 9 0 0 0
Gilsangwon (Room 4) 1F 8 0 0 0
Gilsangwon (Room 5) 1F 9 0 0 0
Gongdeokwon (Room 1) 1F 12 0 0 0
Gongdeokwon (Room 2) 1F 9 0 0 0
Gongdeokwon (Room 3) 1F 9 0 0 0
Gongdeokwon (Room 4) 1F 9 0 0 0
Hyolimwon 1F 37 0 0 0