Gimcheon City's
Baekma-san
White Horse Mountain
Shinheung-sa
Spirit-Arising Temple
one of the Gusan-Seonmun "Nine Mountain Meditation Gate" Monasteries
15 kilometers east of Hwangak-san and the Baekdu-daegan
The 715-m summit of Baekma-san / Baengma-san [White Horse Mountain] is 9 km SE of
downtown Gimcheon City (of NW North Gyeongsang Province) -- 15 kilometers east of
Hwangak-san and
the Baekdu-daegan mountain-system and just NE of sacred Sudo-san.  
It also features Gobang-sa Temple, said to have been founded by Ado Hwasang at the
same time that he founded
Jikji-sa Monastery.  

Shinheung-sa was founded in 834 CE (late Unified Shilla Dynasty) by the meditation-master
Do-eui (regarded as a founder of the Jogye Order), as a
Seon [Chan, Zen] practice-center.
It is therefore one of the the
Gusan-Seonmun "Nine Mountain Meditation Gate" monasteries
that fostered the beginnings of Seon meditational Buddhism in Korea.  

Both Shinheung-sa and Gobang-sa are subsidiary temples of Jikji-sa.
Don't confuse this Shinheung-sa with the very famous Shinheung-sa temple of Seorak-san!
The antique San-shin painting of Baekma-san Shinheung-sa.
Thanks, Chong-go seunim...
The extraordinary antique Chilseong [Seven Stars of the Big Dipper] painting of Baekma-san Shinheung-sa.
Thanks, Chong-go seunim...
Bukseong-shin [North Star Sprit] on right, and his southern counterpart
Central Triad:  the Wol-bosal [Moon-bodhisattva], Jeseok-bul [Indra-as-Buddha] and the Il-bosal [Sun Bodhisattva]
Unique feature! -- Sometimes in the great antiques, the Okhwang-sangje [Jade Emperor of Heaven, from Chinese
Daoism] is in this position.  But this figure is depicted much more as a
San-shin, holding the white-crane-feather Fan
and a sprig of
Bullocho [fungus of immortality; Yeongji-beoseot].  Only, there is no tiger or pine-tree...
The folkish tiger looks comically enthused to eat the bullocho sprig...