Finally after a month here I left Daegu to do some real travelling. I got on a coach (yes the cheap travel way to do things) and went to Busan (Pusan). The trip down is pleasant. You get great views of the mountains along the roadside and as you come into Busan you get to see the port. I didn't call into the port - I Had planned to visit Hae-Undae beach, but time vanished and darkness fell.I did however visit the Museum of Modern Art. Not a must see, but there were some interesting pieces such as a portrait constructed from tiny painted butterflies.Most of the day was spent in the mountains though at Bomeosa Temple. I haven't felt so peaceful in a long time as I did there. It is busy, with visitors and worshipers all mixing together but there is still a great sense of peace.Although seemingly in the middle of nowhere it is easy to reach. From Bomeosa subway you walk up a short street to the bus interchange hop on the number 90 and for the price of W950 you can drive up the mountain to the site entrance. This is much easier than walking as I discovered when I got of half way up. I saw a small roadside prayer site that I wanted to visit and so off I hopped. It was beautiful and I even found a small pond with some very determined fish.However, the walk up the rest of the track was not the best idea on a hot day. It may have been easier if the was a footpath rather than just a road, but I am learning quickly that these aren't too common in Korea.Getting to the temple itself was worth the extra effort though. The autumn colours of the trees look beautiful against the mountains and the masses of bamboo is a sight to see. The temple itself is a three-tiered pagoda and the smell of incense wafts around the site as you wander from prayer room to prayer room. I was lucky enough to be there at the time of worship and I have to say the whole situation is enough to take your breath away.No photo can do justice to the beauty of the place or the artistry that has gone into the pagoda paintings. With several gates and four temple guardians to see before the main site the temple at Bomeosa is a feast for the senses.Bomeosa is somewhere I intend on returning to, and hopefully soon.