Four Buddhist temples of South Korea have been proposed to be included in UNESCO World Heritage List.They include Beopju, Tongdo, Buseok and Daeheung temples. Cultural Heritage Alliance (CHA) gave this information. The news agency Yonhap told that South Korea had filed an application last year to include seven mountain temples in the list. The agency said on Friday that UNESCO International Council on Monuments and Sites has recommended only four of them.
The final decision on this will be taken next month at the World Heritage Committee meeting in Bahrain. In addition to these temples of South Korea, other sites including Changdeok in central Seoul are also present in the World Heritage list.
South Korea's Buddhist Mountain Temples recommended for UNESCO World Heritage List