Seokbulsa temple was not a large place, so there was no other place for prying for the dead. In Korean Buddhism, every hall has its own specific purpose. But in this temple, Jijang bodhisattva and Shakyamuni Buddha were served in the same place.
Below is Jijang Boddhisattva in the corner side of Daewungjeon. This case seemed not common in my experience.
The monument stood outside of Daewungjeon hall. The record of building this temple was carved in black stone.
Pagoda in Buddhist temple has an important meaning. Actually, the style of the architecture of hall was as same as that of Pagoda.
In Korean Architecture, it seemed that they tried to duplicate Pagoda, the ideal symbol of Buddhist belief, into the halls in my guess.
I stayed there for several hours to look around the temple. I was exhausted in this day
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