Ryangchon Temple,
Issued May 30, 2003

Ryangchon Temple is situated in Rakchon-ri, kowon County, South Hamgyong Province.
The temple was built in 753 in the period of the late Silla. After that it was renovated for several times.
Remaining now are three major building: Taeung Hall(Main Hall), Manse Pavilion and Muryangsujon Hall(Buddhist sanctum).
The temple is importamt in studying the unique style of the painting of the temple as the cultural relics of the nation demonstrating the high standards of Korea's ancient architectural art. It is now preserved as a treasure of the nation.

3 won stamp : Manse Pavilion in the Ryangchon Temple
12 won stamp : A threesome of Buddhist statues
40 won stamp : A picture of Buddha hanging on the wall
50 won stamp : Buddha with four other Buddhist saints

120 won souvenir sheet : The souvenir sheet potrays
Taeung Hall(stamp) and the painting of dance and music(on the background) in the Ryangchon Temple.

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4280-4283 
Stamps 
An Chol, Kong Kyong Su 
54*45mm mm 
Offset 
Perf.
Used
0.70
Mint
0.70
FDC
1.00
Imperf.
Used
1.40
Mint
1.40
FDC
1.70
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4284 
Souvenir Sheet 
An Chol,
Kong Kyung-soo 
100*80, 54*45mm(stamps) mm 
 
Perf.
Used
0.80
Mint
0.80
FDC
1.10
Imperf.
Used
1.60
Mint
1.60
FDC
1.90
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P25 
Presentation Pack 
Kim Yong Mi 
212*141mm mm 
 
Perf.
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2.00
Mint
2.00
FDC
2.30
Imperf.
Used
4.00
Mint
4.00
FDC
4.30

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