When the king of the Tang Dynasty heard that the prince was speaking, he could not hide
his joy and told him to tell him what his wish was to do every month. Every month I told all the facts.
King Dangnara slapped his knee and said, “This is the relationship made by Buddha.”The prince was acquired
eight years ago, and the mute old man died eight years ago, so he must have been born my son,” he said with
great joy and offered many gold and silver treasures to build the Jangyukjeon Hall. Therefore, it was called
“Gakhwangjeon” because it was reconstructed after learning the king. The five-story stone pagoda in Hwaeomsa-dong was
6.4m high, and the ground stone was laid with several stone blocks, and four stone substitute stones were placed on
top of it, and several stone tablets were erected to make a heavy stone. In particular, the roof body of the first floor
is wider than the height, which makes it feel heavy and decreases from the second to fifth floors.
Compared to the west tower, the shape of the pagoda is almost the same, and it is called the molecular
tower of the tower. This five-story stone pagoda of Hwaeomsa Temple is located west of
Daeungjeon Hall in Hwaeomsa Temple, and its breakfast is more majestic than the bronze
pagoda as a treasure No. 133. As a five-story stone pagoda on a double-tier platform,
it is made of several stones, and the lower and middle stone stones are attached to one
stone, and the twelve-point statues are carved in each direction. Each side of the upper
section is markedly embossed with the Four Heavenly Kings, Inwang, and Palbu Sinsang-ri.
The roof body and the roof stone are made of one stone, and the top body is relatively
narrow, but the eaves are shown, indicating the posture of the ingenious Unggeon. As such,
there are not many examples of majesty applied from the stylobate to the pagoda bride,
especially in Korea, there are not many cases in which twelve-point statues are placed in
stone pagodas. Furthermore, it is assumed that it was a careful consideration for the arrangement
of various ministries by showing excellent methods in the method of coordination.
Daeungjeon Hall, the 299th Treasure of Daeungjeon Hall, was first built during the Silla
Dynasty, but it was built in 1636 (the 14th year of King Injo’s reign) by Byeokam Preceptor.
It has the same gap between the columns, high and clean appearance. Three pairs of doors were
hung between the front columns, and a school window was built on top of them. Inside the
building, two tall pillars were placed on the back of the altar and on the front of three
Buddhist altars to support the beams. The ceiling is the ceiling of the well, and the surrounding
outer space is lower than the center. The gilt-bronze Buddha statues in Samgu, including
the Bironasa Buddha, were placed on the Buddha’s unit, which was large and had excellent
production during the Joseon Dynasty. In particular, it is different from the fact that
it was constructed in a sophisticated manner without using a metal nail when repairing.
Hwaeomseokgyeong Lee Seokgyeong reports that Ambassador Uisang used Hwaeom 10 Buddhist
temples as the school’s seal, and built a three-story Jangyukjeon Hall at Hwaeomsa Temple
after receiving a royal order, and surrounded it with Seokgak Hwaeomgyeong. According to
the current list of assets of Hwaeomsa Temple, the color of the Seokgyeong is grayish brown,
light red, and dark ash, but this discoloration is believed to have been caused by a fire
caused by the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592, and the writing was written by Kim Saeng
of Silla. The building, which was built in the late period of Bozeru of Hwaeomsa Temple,
was composed of a large wooden structure with a diameter of 70Cm with a cross-layered front
space and two sides, and showed a simple technique of Cho Ik-gong in shelling. The interior
floor is covered with flooring, and the southern wall is covered with two panels, but the
doors at the end of the two sides are covered with a panel wall and omitted. In addition,
the front of the yard is open without any doors. It was used as a gathering place by monks
and believers during Buddhist events, and it is a huge Buddhist building with a total floor space of 49.2 pyeong.
1. Which of the following is the most serious problem that can arise at the social level when families lose their educational and cultural functions?
£ Senior citizen problem
£ Confusion of ethical consciousness
£ Political instability
£ Juvenile problem
£ The impersonation of society
2. What is directly related to emphasizing human dignity?
£ Human beings are instrumental beings.
£ Humans are purposeful beings.
£ Humans are intermediate beings.
£ Human beings are entertaining.
Human beings are symbolic.
3. Which of the following is not a disadvantage of the nuclear family system?
£ Weakening the educational functions of
£ weakening economic independence
£ Children’s alienation and emotional
£ Increasing divorce rate between couples
£ Occurrence of elderly problems
4. What are the common functions of the system and the medicine in the middle of our breeze?
£ Function of winding-up disciplinary action
£ Function of negligence rules
£ Function of maintaining order
£ Function of cooperative group
£ Function of the restraints
5. Which of the following traditions of our country is NOT a system to implement civilism?
£ the method of advancing
£ Shinmun High School
6. Which of the following authority was formed based on the democratic decision-making that M. Weber claimed?
£ Traditional authority
£ Charismatic authority
£ Rational authority
£ Monarchal authority
£ Authority as a basis for validity
7. “The upper structure is determined by the lower structure.What is the biggest problem with Marx’s argument?
£ Promoting division by social polarization
£ To obscure the cause of social change
£ Undervaluation of human mental action
£ Fantastic argument ignoring reality
£ Anti-corruption claims that subjugated politics to the economy
8. What does Russo’s “Return to Nature” mean?
It is to accuse the dehumanization phenomenon buried in scientific civilization.
Human beings are part of nature.
In other words, natural protection is human protection.
£ It is to promote science through natural development.
It means to live in nature.
9. What do you need most to live a mature life?
£ Courage and wisdom
£ Reflection and reflection
£ Save and yield
£ Hope and service
£ moderation and kindness
10. What is the most important virtue of Mencius and Yiyi in cultivating a good performance?
11. What can be seen as the biggest harm to teenagers, especially as Japanese cartoons containing provocative content such as violence, homosexuality, and dating of aid, are absorbed indiscriminately in Korea?
£ We cannot establish countermeasures against the opening of Japanese culture.
£ It is easy to flow through the growth of uniform thinking skills.
£ There is a possibility that false values may be formed.
£ It is easy to be obsessed with illegal activities.
£ It interferes with the development of physical structure.
12. What does not fit our unification policy?
£ Mutual recognition of different political and social systems between the two Koreas
£ Open society through mutual exchange and cooperation
£ Efforts to restore ethnic homogeneity
£ Unification by federal system
£ Construction of a democratic welfare society after reunification