In the 21st year of King Seongdekwang of the Shilla dynasty, two Buddhist priests Daebi and Sambeop brought the portrait of Monk Yukjo from Dang, got the revelation of the dream that it should be enshrined in Galhwacheo, Gokseol-ri, Mt. Jiri, found this place with the guide of a tiger, built the temple, enshrined Josa, and the temple is named Okcheonsa. Afterwards, in the 2nd year of King Munseong, the National Master Jingam, the Beompaejongjang of our Buddhism, finished his study in China, brought Dajongja, planted it here in the neighborhood of Mt. Jiri, and remodeled it into Daegaram so that King Jeonggang admired the school of the religious truth of the Zen Master and endowed the name of the temple, Ssanggyesa Until now through rebuilding by Monks Beokam, Baekam, Beophun, Manhuh, Yongdam, it has taken a pride in the antique figure and magnificent shape. This temple has the designated cultural properties such as an item of the national treasure and two items of the treasure, the numerous cultural heritage such as Iljumun, Cheonwangmun, Jeongsangtap, Sacheonwangsang, etc., and annex stones such as Chilbulam, Guksaam, and Bulilam and is one of the 25 main temples of Joqyejong that controls the temples in the southern parts of Gyeong-nam.