With a full height of 91cm, it has a special style with its pedestal. Having a long face, short ears, and a single line running vertically on its neck, it lacks dignity. Repetitious draperies on the vestment of Tonggyeon (a Buddhist monk??s vestment, spreading over both shoulders) look superficial. It has a broad lap and relatively small hands. It has a square base of lotus consisting of a single petal unfolding (looking up), repeated three times on the eight angled-stone table over a single petal bending (or folding) with flowers in the corners. Regretfully, the stone table is too high, losing its aesthetic balance and the lotuses, both folding and unfolding, are lacking in drive. There are one hundred or more characters of epitaph, of which its manufactured year was engraved as, Hamtong-yuk-nyun, meaning the sixth year of King Hamtong, a king of the Tang Dynasty of China. Recovered with gold several years ago, it no longer looks like an iron statue.
450, Dopi-dong, Gwanwo-ri, Dongsong-uep, Cheorwon