Title : Definitive Postage Stamp (200 Won)
Stamp Serial#
1073 
KPC#
277 
MICHEL#
1091 
StanGib#
1069b 
Scott#
1099 
Date of Issue
10/20/1977 
Quantity
To be issued as required 
Denomination
20 won 
Design
Muryangsu-jeon Hall of Busok-sa Temple 
Designer
Kang, choon whan 
Image Area
22mmí┐19mm 
Perforation
12 1/2*13 1/2 
Sheet Composition
10í┐10 
Paper
White unwatermarked
Print
Government Printing &Mint Agency of the Repubic of Korea 
Description
The Ministry of communications issues a 200won definitive postage stamp in gravure printing intead of the offset printing, as the fourth and final issue, with Muryangsu-jeon Hall of Busok-sa Temple.

Muryangu-jeon Hall of Busok-sa Temple being the main prayer hall of Busok-sa Temple, is noted for its buoyant and elegant structure. Built toward the end of the Koryo Dynasty in the 13th century it is designated National Treasure No.18. Muryangsu-jeon means a prayer hall where Buddha, who is equipped with infinite amount of light and immortal longevity, is enshrined. Although not too big in size, Muryangsu-jeon is the oldest wooden structure existing in Korea. It is indeed an excellent wooden structure which is different from other structures of its kind in that delicate workmanship is not used for decorative purposes.