Both the SukKyung and GwiGamSeok are rocks weighing 60 tons and 127 tons and have received the energy of Ki. The CheonBuKyung (81 letters), which is the bible of Cheondoism, is engraved on the SukKyung. The SukKyung presents the reasons for all creation and the purpose for human disciplines. It faces the east and as it shines the energy of the sun onto the earth it conjures the prosperity for the nation.
The GwiGamSeok is not only named after its resemblance of a turtle, but it is also called the GwiGamSeok because every good work under the sky is written on it. It is a place to collect and receive one’s Ki (energy) and it is known as the place where the wishes and hopes of good health and long life come true.
It is also famous for its anecdotes of famous people’s experiences of Ki (energy), such as, how the CEO of the Korea Tourism Organization became CEO after receiving the Ki.
The DongUiJeon Hall was built as a symbolic hall for Eastern Medicine and was named after the first two letters of DongUiBoGam. It is a middle story Korean traditional building (449.43㎡) with a multi-bracket structure (interior: 9 exterior: 7) and 5 stalls at the front and 4 stalls at the side. It is a little smaller than the GeunJeongJeon Hall of the KyeongBokGung Palace, however, it stands out as a special traditional Korean building in size and beauty.
On the roof of the building a golden “Three-legged Crow” (H: 2m W: 1.6m) was baked in a kiln, so that it will not fade for a thousand years, and was erected with care and sincerity to conjure the prosperity of the country and the health of all its visitors.
This building was used to produce Korea’s 4th Seal of the State. 7 kilns that were used in the casting of the Seal of the State are preserved and at the rear of the building there is an aesthetically beautiful chimney called the “YeonTap” built of ceramic. Viewers will admire at this sight, one of the most beautiful chimneys in the world. Although there was an unpleasant incident that occurred during the production of the 4th Seal of the State, the JeonGakJeon Hall, YeonTap, the building’s door latch and more display the care and thought placed on each building part. This space is a place filled with remnants of history.
The BokSeokJeong is a large water fountain placed in the yard of the Ki (energy) Experience Arena. There are plans to include the ‘bowl that holds the blessings’ of those who visit. It will also complete the “Three Rocks” (SamSeok) in addition to the SeokKyung and GwiGamSeok. The “Three Rocks” are significant because the ‘3’ is a number representing harmony and the ‘yang’. These symbolic “Three Rocks” will create a flow of Ki (energy) and it will become a place where visitors can receive good energy just by walking across the yard.
The Eastern Medicinal Food Hall, located within the Ki (energy) Experience Arena of DongUiBoGam Village, has been built to promote SanCheong’s medicinal foods and furthermore make healthy longevity possible and to stimulate local related tourism. The main menu will include a medicinal course meal, special medicinal table, and more.