Type : Gangwon Province Tangible Cultural Asset No. 139
Classification : Buddhist Painting
Title : Saseongjeon Scroll Painting & Garment Relic in Bodeoksa Buddhist Temple
Quantity : 1
Designation Date : Dec. 29, 2001.
Location : Woljeongsa Temple Seongbo Museum
Period : Late Joseon Dynasty
Possessor : Bodeoksa Temple
Manager : Woljeongsa Temple
Although they were relatively recently made (the 5th year of King Gojong/1868), it has such typical characteristics of Buddhist paintings drawn in the middle of the 19th century as lines, composition, faces of the principal icon and a Buddhist saint, expression of Yukgye and Gyeju and overall color tones composed of red and blue, and it has been well preserved. The scroll painting was enshrined in Saseongjeon in Bodeoksa Buddhist Temple in Youngheung-ri, Yeongwol-eup, Yeongwol-gun and transferred to Woljeongsa Temple Seongbo Museum on September 2, 1998 before being exhibited at the moment. The exact year of production and artist of the scroll painting can be assumed based on background history.