Photographer's Note

Cheongryangsa (Temple; Bukgok-ri, Myeongho-myeon): it is located at the right center of Cheongryangsan Provincial Park. It was built by Wonhyodaesa (a great Buddhist priest) in the 3rd year of the king Munmuwang of Shilla (663) and restored at the last period of Goryeo. At Ambong, there are thick pine and broad-leaved trees forest, and there are Bosalbong at the right back of Cheongryangsa, where can look Cheongryangsan at a glance. It preserves Yuribojeon tablet written by the king Gongminwang, and once formed a cradle of Shilla Buddhism at that time, as there are 27 small and big monk’s cells such as Mangseonam(望仙菴) etc. and Yeondaesa(蓮臺寺) that is an old Buddhist temple of Shilla. At present, there are only Cheongryangsa and Eungjinjeon, the annexed building. From:

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