Its name means "White Lotus" temple, and its physical form dates to the late Joseon Dynasty. Some records date the idea of a White Lotus temple to the 8th century. It was designated a Local Tangible Cultural Property in 1986.
|Location||Mandeok-ri, Doam-myeon, Gangjin County, South Jeolla Province|
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