|Korean Daoist Temple
Kim Ga-gi Shrines
|The memorial biseok plaques: a full potrait of Kim Ga-gi, a proclamation of his historic significance as
a realized "Immortal" in both Chinese and Korean, and on the left, a reproduction of the most famous
"Diagram of the True Images of the Five Marchmounts" [五嶽真形圖, O-ak Jinhyeong-do in Korean].
|The main shrine for Sage Kim Ga-gi, in the upper-most sector of the Geumseon-gwan, just below the Hyeondo-dan.
|In 2004 Korean Daoist GrandMaster Choi Byeong-ju established and constructed
the Geumseon-gwan or "Golden Immortal Hall" to honor and enshrine Kim Ga-gi, as a
Korean/Chinese Daoist study-center and shrine-complex in the southern-slope crags
of Cuihua-shan in the sacred Zhongnan-shan Mountains, almost directly south of Xian.
|These large bronze plaques show some biographical scenes from Kim Ga-gi's life;
however I don't yet know the tales they depict and am not even sure what order they should be in!
|Subsidiary Shrine for writings by or about Kim Ga-gi
Master Kim Ga-gi
in front of the ancient