《高丽大藏经》有81,258块的木刻版，保留千年完整无损 Tripitaka Koreana carved on 81,258 woodblocks over 1000 year.
The First-edition of the Tripitaka Koreana began work in 1011, completed in 1087. It was destroyed by fire in 1232 when Mongols invaded Korea. The Second-edition was created in 1236 to 1251. Haeinsa‘s magnificent Tripitaka consists of 52,382,960 classical Chinese characters carved on 81,258 double-sided woodblocks. It is said to be the oldest and most complete copy of the Buddhist scriptures in the world.