The Central Museum of Buddhism has many exhibits of Buddhist culture, which can take you to the profoundness of indifferent Buddhism.
South Korea was a vassal state of China during the Ming and Tang dynasties, so the influence of Chinese Buddhism on South Korea is still very large. This museum retains a lot of Buddhist relics that are worth seeing.
Several countries in East Asia are typical Buddhist countries
The Central Museum of Buddhism is located on the second basement of the Korean Buddhist Culture Memorial Hall. It is within walking distance to ancient palaces such as Gyeonggyeongbok Palace, traditional craft shops and tea houses in Insadong, suitable for browsing along the road. The small and neat facilities in the park create a relaxing and comfortable visiting environment. Overall it is still very good.
[Scenery] I really like the museum, it can increase knowledge while adding artistic flavor
Preston_Dominguez: 73, Changdeokgung-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-280, South Korea
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