Located in the suburbs of Busan, this temple lies in the foothills of Cheolmasan, behind Geumjeongsan. Standing near Sinchang Farm, it aspires to be the center of Saeng-hwal Bulgyo (Buddhism for Everyday Living). There is a river nearby and a lily pond with about 150 types of waterlilies (they bloom in late summer). If you happen to be here for the celebration of the Buddha's Birthday (usually in May), you can see children who are ordained as monks for the day, in the hopes of planting the seeds of Buddhism in their young minds. (Seeing small boys with shaved heads dressed in the traditional gray robes of the monks is quite a sight!) They have cultural events for foreigners once a month. You can do a temple stay here if you wish, but be sure to book at least 10 days in advance.