2014년 10월 12일 일요일

Temple experience program in Seoul

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A program offering a sample of religious life in a Buddhist temple, targeted at international tourists, will now be available in the heart of Seoul. 
The program consists of practicing with a wooden percussion instrument, making lotus lanterns, drinking tea with Buddhist monks, writing a letter of self reflection and sampling traditional religious foods.
The so-called "Korean Culture to the World" (KCTW) organization will run its temple experience program once a month at the Templestay Information Center, across the street from Jogyesa Temple in Jongno District, Seoul, on September 27, October 25, November 8, and December 13. The event will be conducted in English and Japanese and will start at 3 p.m. and end at 6:30 p.m.
For reservations, please send your personal information by e-mail to kctw2558@gmail.com or via fax to 02-722-0205. The fee is KRW 30,000 and reservations will be confirmed as soon as the money is wired. 


When3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on September 27, October 25, November 8, December 13
LocationTemplestay Information Center
TransportationAnguk Station on Line 3, exit No. 6
Contact(TEL/FAX/Email)+82-2-722-0204, +82-10-7495-3678
Homepagewww.kctw.org