The statue was likely made in South Korea in 1330 but has spent most of its life enshrined in a temple in Japan
A shining example of the alignment between Buddhist scholarship, Buddhist activism, and Buddhist practice from around the world.
The 18th Sakyadhita International Conference commenced in Seoul under the theme “Living in a Precarious World: Impermanence, Resilience, Awakening.”
A group of 108 Buddhist monastics from the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism have embarked on a pilgrimage of the Buddhist circuit in India and Nepal.
South Korea’s President has reached out for help from the country’s major religious leaders
Ven. Jinwoo, the new president of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism, South Korea’s largest Buddhist order, formally took office today, marking the official start
This year’s expo seeks to draw on ritual to bridge the gap between the lives of ordinary Koreans and the Buddhism offered by temples and monasteries
As South Korea’s Constitutional Court launched an open hearing on the constitutional legality of capital punishment, the leaders of seven religious groups, including the Jogye
Thousands of Jogye Order monastics continue pressure on the government to address perceived biases
Buddhist leaders in Korea have seen a string of perceived slights against the religion in favor of Christianity recently
Funeral ceremony and cremation held today at…
Collection of 80,000 woodblock Buddhist scriptures dated to…