Designated as : Cultural Asset No. 162
Name : Yongbongsajiseokjo
(Maae, Seokgu, Seokjo) (éÌÜóÞÑò£à´ðã(Ø§¾Ö,à´Ï¿,à´ðË))
on : May, 17, 1984
Address : San 80, Shingyeong-ri, Hongbuk-myeon,
This is one of the stone sculptures
which were in the past land of Yongbong temple, also it looks like
it was carved into natural stone.
Seokjo is the thing that
put water for monks; it is empty inside and is a rectangular shape.
Seokgu is a mortar for grain by making empty inside of the stone.
Maae is a grinding stone for grain; it is huge because of the large
size of Yongbong temple.
Those are the assets of the Baekje
dynasty, and the exact date of it has not been found, however, we
think it was carved when the temple was built.