Bulguksa Temple is a representative example of the golden age of Buddhist art in South Korea. Moreover, the South Korean government characterized it as Historic and Scenic Site No. 1. Its historical and cultural value included it on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list at the 19th session held in 1995. A printed edition of Dharani Sutra from the 8th century AD was found here. Also, the Bulguksa Temple is home to Buddha statues, made of gilt-bronze, which have been declared a National Treasure. There are also pagodas, statues of Lotus Flower Bridge, Blue Cloud Bridge, Drum at Bulguksa, and much more. Visitors pay special attention to the wooden decorations of the roof structure, which contain carved elements in animal motifs and motifs of mythical creatures.