Buddha is referred to as Jangyuk Geumsin

Passing through this gate of Cheonwangmun, you will reach Bozeru, and in other temples, you

will go around Lu, unlike the method of passing through the base and reaching Daeungjeon Hall.

Within the temple, two towers from east to west are visible diagonally, and

Daeungjeon is located on a higher ground than the upper part of the eastern tower, and the spatial hierarchicality

of the upper part of the western tower and the middle-level view of each

emperor’s temple, forming a dramatic space. In addition, the small Nahanjeon Hall is located in the same direction as

the Gakhuangjeon Hall on the north side of the Gakhuangjeon Hall, and the small

pavilion such as the Wongtongjeon Hall is located in the same direction as the Daewoongjeon Hall. In terms of

layout, the central axis of this temple is the axis connecting Daeungjeon Hall and

Bozeru, while the other is the axis connecting the center of each emperor’s temple and the stone lantern in

front of it. The Iljumun Gate, Geumgang Gate, and Cheonwangmun Gate are all

slightly combed on this central axis, making the space composition attractive. The stone lantern in front of the

stone lantern Hwaeomsa Temple in front of Gakhwangjeon is National Treasure

No. 12 and was founded by Ambassador Uisang in 670 AD (10th year of King Munmu of Silla) and is the largest of the

stone lanterns in Korea. The oblique stone is octagonal and the shape of the interstellar

stone is unusual. The middle stone of the lotus pedestal is shaped like a janggu, surrounded by

flower-patterned bands, and the octagonal stone has a large octagonal shape

with large upright earflowers attached to each ear, and the upper part is preserved in the form of an octagonal

shape. It is said that the temple’s founder, Yeongi Temple, was built to pray for

his mother’s good fortune, which is located in Songnim on a hill called Hyodae, northwest of the temple. The

basic model follows the long three-story stone pagoda on the two-story stylobate,

but shows an unusual chair on the upper stylobate. The lower stylobate is carved with three statues of the

heavenly figures, all decorated with storage and entertainment, and the posture of sitting on the lotus flower stand is all about holding musical instruments, dancing with open arms, or

holding flowers. The conflicting flagpole has two pairs of lionesses placed on behalf of the universe, and the head is covered with a lotus band. The pagoda is like a typical pagoda body, but

it imitates a muzzle on the slope of the pagoda, embellishes the Inwang statue on both sides, the Four Heavenly Kings on both sides, and the statue is a masterpiece. It is a double-decker of

the Unified Silla era. The original name of Gakhuangjeon Hall, designated as Gakhuangjeon National Treasure No. 67 of Hwaeomsa Temple, was Jangyukjeon Hall. The body of the Buddha is referred

to as Jangyuk Geumsin. Therefore, Jangyukjeon Hall is believed to have enshrined a gold Buddha statue of Jangyuk, which is the size of Buddha. Originally, this building was built in 670 AD

(10th year of King Munmu of Silla) by Ambassador Uisang, who built Jangyukjeon Hall with seven bays on the third floor, and carved Hwamseokgyeong on the four walls. Unfortunately, however,

Jangyukjeon Hall was completely destroyed by the goods of the Imjin War, and there is no way to respect the appearance of the Buddha. In 1636, 30 years after the Japanese Invasion of Korea in

1592, Hwaeomsa Temple was greatly restored, but only Hwangjeon Hall was rebuilt in 1699 and was constructed by the Gyefa Party in 1699 with a total of 88 frames, 60 letters on the side, and 50

letters in the center. As such, the magnificent Gakhuangjeon is the largest wooden building in Korea. ◆ At the time of the legend, about 300 monks in the temple prayed for the 100th day in

Daeungjeon Hall to restore Jangyukjeon Hall, and then anyone who received the Buddha’s brilliant revelation will be responsible for it. In that way, the government decided to put flour in a

large jar, bury the taffy membrane in it, and let all the monks put their hands in order to take out the taffy membrane, and select those who did not have flour on their hands. Thus, all the

monks began to reach into the jar and take out the tabernacle. However, it was the first example of a month when wheat flour was on their hands and lastly, they were on fire and errands at a

temple. Every month, he also reached into a jar and pulled out a taffy. However, unexpectedly, wheat flour did not come out of this hand every month, so every month, they reached into a jar

twice or three times and pulled out a taffy membrane, but as expected, a piece of wheat flour did not come out of their hands. All the monks who gathered were both amazed and delighted.

Finally, the night before he was about to take a good day and leave with heavy responsibility, the Buddha appeared in his dream and said, “Every month, the first thing is important, so if you

leave the road at dawn, make sure you receive a gift from the first person you met.” Every month, I was surprised to wake up, engraved the Buddha’s revelation deep in my heart, and left the

temple at dawn and came down the mountain path, and an old man was walking this way from the opposite side. Maewon once again pledged the Buddha’s words, and when he stopped walking in front

of the old man, he was unexpectedly a poor mute old man living in the lower village. However, every month, he thought that he was the first person he met, and recommended that he/she run for

the first time, but he/she pretended that he/she had nothing to do because he/she was such a poor old man. However, every month, he stood in the way of the elderly. A very pitiful old man ran

as if he were running away on a busy road and finally threw himself into the clear water of the valley and killed himself. Maewon was so amazing and even felt guilty about the old man that he

was going to die along with him, but he turned to the shipper again because he was on such a grave mission. However, a few years later, he wandered without getting a grain of rice and

eventually went to Tang China. Eight years after leaving Hwahamsa Temple, I was surprised to hear someone calling me “Maewon Ambassador,” and when a boy got out of his kiln and came to the

front of every month, he bowed politely and said, “I’m finally seeing you every month,” the crowd was embarrassed.Our prince spoke.The mute prince!” he led the month into the palace.

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