Inscription: On the bottom of the painting is an inscription which is contained in a cartouche. The inscription consists of 13 lines of writing which give the names of the donors, the temple and its location, and the date. The inscription contains the following information: the name of the temple- Yong Ch'on-sa; location: Mount Bi-shil (which does not appear on the map). This might have been an old name for Mount Ch'oi-jung-san listed in the Encyc. of Buddhism, op.cit., p. 975. The mount Ch'oi-jung-san does not appear in the map itself, either; names of donors in the inscription in bottom center of painting are as follows: Sumin; Ch'u-haeng; Jung-an; Jung-je; Tung-um; those born in the years 1724, 1725, 1726, 127; Bûm, the abbot; and another official. These donors were apparently the benefactors of the said temple.