Beginning Of A
New Temple Building
ISKCON Pocheon in South Korea was opened in 2003, and is situated just outside Seoul near Uijeongbhu, the deities here have been worshiped for over 10 years. In view of continuing and improving the worship of Sri Sri Radha Krishnachandra a project has been started to improve the present temple building, which is now in urgent need of repair and improvement. The decision was made by the board of trustees of the temple to construct a new temple building on the present temple grounds, getting ride of the old and worn out one and allowing the new and vibrant one to house the Lord to continue His worship and to accommodate all who visit here. The aim of this new temple building is to offer a place of spiritual tranquility and Vedic teachings for all communities to come together and learn in harmony.
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The temple in Pocheon South Korea is underway to have construction work started to improve the overall condition of the temple and to add a second floor to its existing building. This is a long awaited project and we are very happy that finally after many years of waiting for planning permission and the sorting out of legalaties of the land. We are now able to move forward in this project.
ISKCON Korea Uijungbhu
Ground Breaking Ceremony
New Build Temple
The new temple building will be a two story building, the ground floor will consist of Prasadam hall, main kitchen, and new shoe area. The first floor will have a temple room, deity kitchen, pujari/guest facilities, and offices. There will also be a yagyashalla on the roof.
Please take this oppertunity to help us to make this new temple building for the pleasure of Lord Sri Krishna.