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in front of Buddist Treasure Museum, Beomo-Sa Temple
Busan

Beomo-Sa is one of the oldest buddist temple of Korea, which was built about 1,300 years ago. However, all the building is burnt down by Japanese atttack in late 15th centry, and then recovered afterwards.

Homepage : http://www.beomeosa.co.kr/

The building on the left is SeongBo(Buddist Treasure) Museum, which contains various paintings, wood engravings among which Samkukyusa is best known for Koreans.

You can see the inside of museum from http://tinyurl.com/pclznc

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Taken: 20/08/2009
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