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Gyeyul is the Korean name applied to a branch of Buddhism that specializes in the study of monastic discipline, or Vinaya. The Gyeyul school derives from the Chinese or Vinaya school.

See also

  • Sangha
  • List of Korea-related topics

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Gyeyul is the Korean name applied to a branch of Buddhism that specializes in the study of monastic discipline, or Vinaya. The Gyeyul school derives from the Chinese or Vinaya school.

See also

  • Sangha
  • List of Korea-related topics

Visitors who viewed this also viewed:

Buddhism: Hsing Yun
Buddhism: Huayen
Buddhism: Wat Chedi Liem
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