Janggyeong Panjeon at Haeinsa Temple, the place where the wooden panel prints of Tripitaka Koreana are kept

Janggyeong Panjeon at Haeinsa Temple, the place where the wooden panel prints of Tripitaka Koreana are kept

Janggyeong Panjeon in Haeinsa Temple, home of the wooden panel print of Tripitaka Koreana Tripitaka Koreana is kept in Haeinsa Temple (p. 158), which is one of the three largest Buddhist temples in Korea. Here are all versions of the Buddhist scriptures Tripitaka Koreana, which were collected in the Goryeo Empire (918-1392) and engraved on the 80,000 wooden panels. Thanks to the excellent preservation technology, it is still in perfect condition today, although the wooden plates were made in the 15th century.