Traditional Temple No. 84 (11. 3rd in 1973 registration)
San #17-1, Gaheung-ri, Macheon-myeon, Hamyang-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do
This was founded by Josa, Haengho in Taejong King Muyeol 3rd year (656) of the Silla and was called by Geumdaesa (Temple). Also this is the last temple of Haeinsa, Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism No. 12 parish. At 6.25 disturbance in 1950 was destroyed. After that this temple was rebuilt by the Organization of Geumdaeam Restoration. National Leader Doseon of the Silla recognized Geumdaeam (Temple) as a worshipping place. Also here was conveyed as the place where Assistant Leader Seosan of the Goryeo realized a religious truth. In this temple are Geumdaesa three-storied pagoda designated as Gyeongsangnam-do Tangible Cultural properties No. 34, Geumdaeam Dongjong (No. 268) - material of Cultural Assets, and Geumdaeam Fir tree of Gyeongsangnam-do Remainder NO. 212. According to the record (April 16th in 1489) of travel sketches written by Tak Yeong Kim Ilson of the Joseon Dynasty, when he stopped by here with Ildu Jeong Yeochang, 20 priests were cultivating.
And in a poem of Noegae Yu Hyoin was left sentences as fellow, “How have you been? Geumdaejeol! Songhamun is like the old day. Due to Pine Wind, awaken clear dream and suddenly I’m talking my sleep.”