An important Buddhist temple, originally built in 553. Temple includes Palsangjeon – wooden pagoda, which originally was built in 553. Current structure was rebuilt in 1605 – 1626 and is 22.7 m tall. Pagoda contains valuable paintings.

Location, GPS coordinates: 36.5425 N 127.8334 E
Categories: Buddhist shrines
Values: Architecture, Visual
Rating: 4 out of 10 stars
Where is located? Asia, South Korea, North Chungcheong, Boeun County, Naesongni-myeon, Songnisan National Park

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