Gwallyongsa Temple, 292, Okcheon-ri, Changnyeong-eup Gwallyongsa Temple’s Daewung-jeon, which relatively well-displays characteristics of the time before the mid-period of the Joseon Era by its octagon-roofed Dapo-style building, holds images of Sakyamuni, Yaksayeorae, and Amitabha. Also, the interior ceiling was made in the shape of a hash sign, and is peculiar in that the mid-section was made a floor higher.
San328, Okcheon-ri, Changnyeong-eup This is a Stone Statue of Seated Buddha in Yongseon-dae to the back of Gwallyongsa Temple, and is located on a high rock on the mountain peak. Its halo is already gone, and is thought to have been produced during the end of Unified Shilla Era. There is a tale that Yongseon-dae, meaning banyayongseon, indicates correct paths to people and grants one wish, and hence continuously sought by tourists and worshipers.