Anjeong-sa Temple  안정사
on the upper east side of Gyeryong-san
Anjeong-sa is a medium-size and ambitiously-growing modern temple on the north-east slope of
Gyeryong-san National Park, across the National Highway, with some excellent San-shin iconography
Its Samseong-gak,
sign-board strangely resting
on the ground, contains a
new shamanic male
San-shin painting (featuring
all-white robes, rare)
standing in front of an older,
female San-shin.
the well-done female San-shin painting representing Gyeryong-san at Anjeong-sa.
Dongja servants offer fruit, while white cranes rest in the pine tree.
San-shin holds pink bullocho in the Shinjung-taenghwa
modern stoneworks and a vision of innocent
mountain-paradise in the main courtyard
the upper courtyard's Mireuk-bul
statue is fronted by a stone
shrine similar to those anciently
used for San-shin worship
a Thousand-armed Gwanseum-bosal dominates the Main Hall