As I wrote in previous post, the location of Daewung-Joen in Daeheung-sa was not usual as other temples.
Daewung-Jeon was located in the left corner of the temple. I needed to cross the stone bridge standing over the little stream to enter into the Daewung-Jeon.
There stood a gate building in front of Daewung-Jeon. I could see Daewung-Jeon Building through the gate in front of the stone bridge. It made me imagine as if I was waiting for the Buddhist paradise for the permission to enter into.
The stream seemed a metaphor of the boundary marking here and there, the bridge seemed a crossing way to the other world of the Paradise.
Daewung-Jeon was stood in not a wide place. The Building was burned in the late Choson Dynasty.
It was permitted to take a picture inside of the building.
The calligraphy of the front board as below was written by one of the most famous one in Korean history.
One pillar in the building was so impressive and beautifu. It was not straight pillar, it was twisted. I was curious how that twisted pillar could sustain the heavy weight of the roof.
The pictures behind Buddha statue were so impressive. Up until now, I don’t have exact knowledge for explanation relating those Buddhist paintings.
There were different painting on the other wall inside of Daewung-Jeon.
In next posting, I'd like to introduce the painting on the wall of Daewung-Jeon.