Yeongwolam Seokjo Gwangbae and Yeunhwa Joadae

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  • Location388, Gyeongchung-daero 2709beon-gil, Icheon-si
  • Assigned Number3rd Korea Native Place Relics
  • MaterialGranite
  • Size(amount)total height 156cm width 118cm thickness 45cm seating stand 107cm
  • Date of DesignationApril 14, 1986

The Halo stone construction and Yeunhwajwadae are known to have been constructed during the establishment of Yeungwolam. The structure collapsed and lost its Buddhist image statue, which was placed in the centre, but is now restored in front of the main building of the temple. Yeunhwajwadae is connected with 8 angles of lower supporting stones and 8 angles of myeonsang, yangyeunjwa, 4 parts of Yeunjwa as one stone on the perfect square foundation stones.