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Traditional Temples

Yeongworam (Icheon Historic Relic No. 14)

This is said to have been built by the Buddhist priest Uisang daesa during King Munmu`s reign of the Silla Kingdom, but there is no evidence to support this. Yeongworam also is home to the Standing Yeorae image carved on a rock surface, which was des...

Yeongwonsa Temple

Nestled to the south of Mt. Wonjeoksan, Yeongwonsa Temple was constructed by the Buddhist priest Haeho seonsa in the 7th year(AD 638) of Queen Seondeok of the Silla Kingdom. At that time, it was allegedly located a little higher up the mountain. It w...

Sinheungsa Temple

Located right down from the ancient Seolseong Fortress,Sinheungsa Temple had allegedly originated from Seolseongsa Temple and was constructed during the era of the Three Kingdoms. However, this fact cannot be confirmed.

Yeonhwajeongsa Temple

There used to be a temple called Jeongsusa at Mt. Yeongaksan in Jaseok-ri, Seolseong-myeon. It was buried at the end of the Joseon Dynasty Era. The temple was rebuilt in 1967.