Seokbulsa Temple, Mandeokgogae-gil, Mandeok-Dong, Buk-gu Busan. Nearest station is Mandeok station, line 3, exit 2. However, you still have a long way to go. Taking taxi to the west end of the GuMandeok tunnel might be the best idea. Mandeokgogae road starts from there. Once you get there, it's a 30 minute hike from the parking area where there are toilets and restaurants. No entry fee, horrible smelly toilet, water available. Google maps and I-maps don’t work well here. This fine but quite modern temple is not much rated by the locals, but esteemed by foreigners - possibly because it's so different from most Korean temples. Behind the conventional front temple is a large recess in the hill side from which a second temple has been created. It has fine stone carvings, figures in niches, a superb view over Busan. There's a non Buddhist shrine to a venerable bearded personage with a tiger by his side. Even pray, if inclined; it can do no harm. The (steep) walk up is through peaceful woods.