Type : Gangwon Province Monument No. 54.
Title : Daegwallryeong Seonghwangsa Shrine and Sanshingak Castle
Classification : Private tomb, altar
Quantity : 2 buildings
Designation Date : June 2, 1984.
Location : #14-256, Heonggye-ri, Daegwallryeong-myeon
Manager : Gangneung City Government
Possessor : Kim Ok-bun
Located about one(1) kilometer away from the summit of Daegwallryeong Pass toward the north, the Daegwallryeong Seonghwangsa Shrine and Sanshingak House have a close relationship with Gangneung's Danoje Fesival. On April 15 by the lunar calendar each year, an official for civil affairs comes to this monument building to offer a sacrificial rite. They say that the gods in the Guksaseonghwangdang and Sanshindang in Daegwallryeong Pass who rule drought, flood, storm, diseases, good harvest, and a good catch of fish in Yeongdong region have supernatural powers and so, the people there believe in those good. The Guksaseonghwangdang or also called as Guksaseonang is originated of State Preceptor, Rev. Monk Beomilguksa from Gangneung. The Sanshingak House, about 50 meters away from the Guksaseonghwangdang to the northeast is told to be a tomb of General Kim Yu-shin.