Dayu Temple in Hancheng was built in the fifth year of Yuan Dade (1301) and rebuilt in the seventh year of Wanli of Ming Dynasty (1579). Inside the temple is a seated statue of King Yu, a colored sculpture of the Ming Dynasty. It is 2.5 meters high and tickets are 20 yuan.
The Dayu Temple was built to commemorate Xia Yu. The main buildings include two main halls, wing rooms and 12 side rooms. Covering an area of 425 square meters, it was built in the fifth year of Yuan Dade (1301 AD) and was rebuilt in the Ming Dynasty. In May 1985, it was listed as a key cultural relic unit in Korea.
Dayu is a god revered in the hearts of the people of Hancheng. People built Dayu Temple to commemorate Dayu who excavated the dragon gate and dealt with floods to extol his merits. The Dayu Temple in Zhouyuan, Sudong Township, Hancheng, is the oldest and preserved temple in the country. The most intact Dayu Temple is also one of the two existing Dayu Temples in China.
[Scenic] Dayue Temple  in Zhouyuan Village, 3 kilometers northeast of Hancheng City. The original name was Daxia Yuwang Temple, or Dayue Temple for short. It is a temple dedicated to Xia Yu. Dayue Temple was built to commemorate Xia Yu. The main building has two halls and a wing room, 12 rooms. It covers an area of 425 square meters, originally built in the five years of Yuan Dade (AD 1301), and was rebuilt in the Ming Dynasty with high value for money and high taste.
Dayu Temple was built to commemorate Dayu's achievements in water control. You can reach the destination by taking the Hancheng tourist bus for 1 yuan. It is a cultural landscape. There are sacrificial ceremonies in Hancheng, and people wish for a good harvest.