Songgwangsa Temple (송광사-순천)
Songgwangsa temple; (송광사-순천) is located on the west side of Mt.Jogyesan, and it is famous for being a Sambosachal of Korea. Sambo means three precious treasures in Buddhism, the Bulbo, Beopbo, and Seungbo.
Songgwangsa Temple qualifies as a Seungbo temple, and Seungbo refers to those disciples who learn many things of Buddha and practices them. The reason Songgwangsa temple became a Seungbo temple is because many high Monks were produced from this temple.
The road to the temple is covered by huge tall Trees, and is very beautiful.
From the road, if you cross a valley, a round pavilion bridge called Cheongryanggak appears.
On the bridge is a pavilion, and you can rest there while you are traveling. Inside the temple, you can see the Daeungbojeon, the main building.
This building has a roof shaped as if it were composed of two roofs.