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Great Teacher Hall Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Daejosajeon or Great Teacher Hall is part of Guinsa (Temple of Salvation and Kindness), in the Yeonhwa area of the Sobaek Mountains located near Danyang in Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea, the headquarters of the Cheontae school of Korean Buddhism. Unlike many of Korea's temples, Guinsa is fairly new, dating only back to 1945. The temple is strikingly located, squeezed into a narrow valley surrounded on all sides by mountains, and its location was decreed by head monk Sangwol Wongak's interpretation of the Lotus Sutra. The Great Teacher Hall is a shrine erected in the memory of Sangwol Wongak, a large statue of whom can be found inside.
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