The unprecedented relics were waiting for me. It was a surprise those relics were appeared in the corner of the exhibition room. I could not understand why they displayed those Buddha statue and the metal stupa.
Maybe, those relics were not related to Yeongkook-sa temple. It seemed that the relics in this room were rented to fill the exhibition hole, because the relics excavated from Yeongkook-sa temple were not enough for the space.
But the relics in this corner space were astonishing for me.
The Buddha statues made in Goryeo Kingdom were considered low quality in the view point of the Art.
But in my thought, this Buddha was well made as much as those of Shilla and Baekje Dynasty.
The metal stupa was made with elaborate.
How did they make complicated ornaments of the stupa. How did they attached those complicated items to the stupa more than 1000 years ago. How did they have such a excellent technic ?
The balance of the stupa was perfect.
And decorations and ornaments were very detail and excellent.
It was wondered how they made this beautiful stupa at that times.
It was great pleasure for me to look at those masterpieces.
It was the very last day of the special exhibition of Yeongkook-sa temple.
So you cannot see the relics anymore in Baekje Museum.