The statue of Buddha is at Jebiwon on the hill of Taehwasan mountain to the north of Andong-si. It is called "Jebiwon Mireuk' and is a stone Buddha statue on the site of the previous Yeonmisa Temple. Though called Jebiwon Mireuk, it is presumed to be an Amita Buddha, considering the appearances. It is a significant Buddha statue of which body is graved on natural rock with the head added on, carved separately. Though the head is almost destroyed, the face clearly shows that of a Ma-ae Buddha. The ample face with a smile gives a solemn and stern impression with long eyes, prominent nose, and red-colored thick lips. From the strong lines of the face and detailed sculpture style, the Buddha statue is presumed to have been made around the 11th century.