There was a wrecked wall at the corner of the temple.
It seemed ruined building, but the gate of this building told it was of very important meaning.
As getting closer, I could read there was the real Buddha’s one piece of Saria.
King Gongmin in Goryeo dynasty moved one piece of Sarira of Tondo-sa temple into Beopjoo-sa temple to memory of conquering the Chinese revolt army of Red turban.
The stupa stood behind the hall which seemed to be built at the same time with the stupa.
This building seemed to have the characteristics of Shilla dynasty's Architecture, the style of the foundations was as same as that of Shilla dynasty's.
The stupa looked so great, but it looked same as the usual stupa for the monks.
It was so strange why they did not make Buddha's sarira stupa specially. It was as same as ordinary monk's stupa.
The cornerstones of this hall indicated this building had been built before the Choson dynasty.
There was a window in the wall of the hall, so people could see the stupa.
But one thing strange is there are 3 Buddha statues in the hall, usually the temple having the real sarira of Buddha didn’t set up Buddha sculptures in the hall.
It looked strange why they didn’t repair this wall protecting the stupa of real sarira of Buddha.