This is the former residence of the monkpoet, Han Yong-un, who went by the pen name Manhae and named his home “Simujang,” which literally means “looking for a cow” and refers to a Buddhist process in which people restore themselves to their original nature. Han Yong-un is largely credited with leading the movement to modernize Buddhism in Korea.
|Venue name:||Manhae Han Yong-un Simujang|
24, Seongbuk-ro 29-gil
|Transport:||Hansung University Station (line 4), exit 6|