Five College Center for East Asian Studies Study Tours Website
"Bunhwangsa Temple of the Silla Dynasty is located in Guhwang-dong, Gyeongju.
Bunhwangsa Temple was established by Queen Seon-Deok (reigned 632~647) of Silla. This temple was very famous during that time. Many old monks and artists wrote books and drew pictures here. Many of those Buddhist Paintings and sculptures were lost after Imjinwaeran War (the Japanese Invasion of Korea from 1592 to 1598).
Bunhwangsa Temple is still famous today for its Mojeon Stone Pagoda in the temple, designated as National Treasure No.30. This stone pagoda was built by using rocks as bricks. It was originally built as a 9-story pagoda but only 3 stories remain now." (Korea Sparkling)