Biseul-san    비슬산
Sacred Peak with Buddhist Temples,
Southwest of Daegu City
Still  Under  Construction
The shape of the big rock on top of
the mountain seems like a
Sanshin
playing a geomungo (거문고; ancient
Korean harp) So people started to call
this mountain “playing graceful music”
(‘
’ meaning Korean harp or flute,
’ meaning graceful).  This story
was found on
this web-page.
Me at the San-shin-gak of Biseul-san Nam-jijang-sa
Temple south of Daegu City, Autumn 1999.  
Photo by my old friend Kwon Soon-il.