Buseok-sa in Yeongju
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The Beomjonggak pavilion from below.
Inside the Beomjonggak pavilion, with the drum (dead beings), the fish (beings of the waters), and the cloud (beings of the air), that accompany the bell (beings of the earth).
Looking down from the pavilion.
The Beomjonggak pavilion seen from the Anyang Pavilion.
The left of the two stupas at the lower entrance to the temple complex.
Triad to the left of Muryangsujeon hall.
Muryangsujeon hall, rebuilt in 1376.
Detail of the roof.
The Silla period stupa above the Muryangsujeon hall on the way up to Josadang Shrine. This latter is a small and very ancient hall built on the spot where the Ven. Uisang (625-702) is said to have lived while the temple was being built.