KOREAN TRADITIONAL BUILDING
From Architeture in KOREA/KIRA 1988, Morning Calm Korean Air/Oct.2001,
Anyangru, Buseoksa-Temple/ºÎ¼®»ç ¾È¾ç·ç(Ý©à´ÞÑ äÌå××§)
Built in 676, three bays of front and two bays of side.
Muryangsujeon, Buseoksa-Temple/ºÎ¼®»ç ¹«·®¼öÀü(Ý©à´ÞÑ ÙíÕááøîü)
Built in about the 13th century, four bays of front and three bays of side. Most oldest wooden building in Korea.
Built in 1544, National memorial site No.55.
Eupnae-ri Sunheung-myeon, Yeongju, Gyeongbuk
Built in 1754, photo by Byunguh Yu on 10 October 2004.