The Silla Kingdom was the first state to unify the Korean peninsula in ancient times. Artifacts of this ancient culture remain still today.
One of the remaining treasures of the dynasty are their Seokguram, which are giant statues of Buddha hewn from marble stone. These remarkable structures are prohibited from entry in order to preserve them. Also existing today Cheomseongdae, ancient astronomical observatories which are some of the finest examples of their kind in Asia. Other notable artifacts are the remains of the Silla royal family's playground, Poseokjeong, and Bulguksa Temple's two stone pagodas. Finally, there is the Emile Bell known for its sad legend.
Well-known composer Luna Lee created the musical work specifically for this project, which are three pieces played by her on the Korean stringed instrument the Gayageum.