Geumgoksa (금곡사) is a Buddhist temple in Gundong-myeon, Gangjin county, Jeollanam-do. Its name means "Golden Valley Temple." Three temples and numerous smaller shrines and burial mounds comprise the site. It is noted for its scenic beauty as well as a 3-tiered stone pagoda that dates to the Goryeo dynasty. It is a regionally-popular destination for viewing cherry blossoms in the spring, as the streets that run from Gangjin-eup past the temple and through Byeongyeong-myeon are lined with the trees.
Buses run to and from the temple. Geumgoksa is also accessible to hikers via the numerous trails that run through the neighboring mountains. It is approximately a 5.5 km hike from Gangjin-eup to Geumgoksa.