This three-floor stone tower seems to have been built in the beginning of the Koryeo dynasty considering the building style and the surrounding fragments of tiles.
It is well preserved except for the upper part. It is built up on the 2-floor stylobite. And that it is beautiful tower despite its small size (335 cm in size).
Ansang, which was popular in the age of Shinla and Koryeo, is sculptured on the stylobite stone. Door and door-lock are sculptured on the body of first-floor. This way of decoration was popular in the age of Shinla. So we can take a guess it is influenced by Shinla although it is built up in the age of Koryeo
The upper part of the tower was destroyed except roadbed and bogaesuk. Fragments of tile were discovered in a village located around this tower, so we can guess that it used to a big tower.
All of the tiles discovered are from Koryeo. It seems to be disappeared by the policy of Choseon - worship the Confucianism and suppress Buddhism- and any records on the establishment, the name of the temple, and the close have not been discovered