This is an Ipbulsang (a statue of a standing Buddha) made in the age of Goryeo Dynasty and enshrined in Yaksabojeon.
It stands on an engraved granite support.
The face is quite a bit bigger than body considering the proportions, and the head has a thick and round Yukgye. Sangho was destructed and the face was engraved again.
On the thick neck, Samdo is expressed, and the gown reaches the ankles.
The left hand was lost, but repaired, and it supports a Vaud(寶珠).
There are big holes on the lower part of the back of the neck and head. It is assumed to have been a hole to fix a metal or stone light background. The total height is 233cm.