English: The National Treasures of South Korea are a numbered set of artifacts, sites, and buildings which are recognized by South Korea as having exceptional cultural value. Some of the national treasures are popular tourist destinations.
한국어: 국보(國寶)는 대한민국에서, 건축물이나 유물 등의 유형 문화재 가운데에 중요한 가치를 가져 보물로 지정될 만한 문화재 가운데에서 인류문화적으로 가치가 크고 유례가 드문 것, 독특하고 희귀한 것 등으로 인정되어 따로 지정된 문화유산을 말한다.
55. Palsangjeon Hall of Beopjusa temple, Boeun County
61. Celadon wine pot in the shape of a dragon, National Museum of Korea, Seoul
62. Geumsansa Mireukjeon (Mireukjeon Hall of Geumsansa Temple), Gimje.
68. Cheongja unhak sanggam mun maebyeong, the 68th national treasure of Korea. Gansong Art Museum, Seoul.
70. Hunmin Jeongeum was an entirely new and native script for the Korean people. The script was initially named after the publication, but later came to be known as hangul.
78. Gilt bronze pensive Maitreya. National Museum of Korea, Seoul.
79. Golden seated Buddha from the early Unified Silla Period, 8th century. National Museum of Korea, Seoul.
80. Gold standing Buddha from the Unified Silla period.
81.82. Standing Bodhisattva Maitreya (left), 719. Granite, h. 1.83 m. National Museum of Korea, National Treasure no. 81. Standing Amitabha (right), 719. Granite, h. 1.74 m. National Museum of Korea, National Treasure no. 82.
83. Bangasayusang, Gilt-bronze maitreya in meditation, National Museum of Korea, Seoul
86. Gyeongcheonsa Pagoda from Gyeongcheonsa Temple, a 10-story stone pagoda. National Museum of Korea, Seoul.
84. Sosan Buddha Triad, Baekje 7th century. H. of Buddha 2.8 meters, of Bodhisattva 1.7 m., of seated Maitreya 1.66 m. Yonghyon-ri, Unsan-myon, Sosan-gun, South Ch'ungch'ong Province.
89. Gold belt buckle excavated in Pyongyang, North Korea during the Proto-Three Kingdoms period.
This Silla-period terracotta figure mounted on a horse fully equipped with all trappings dates from 5〜6th century. This original sculpture, named National Treasure No. 91, conveys a strong religious undertone which is typical of many artworks from Silla.
92. Goryeo Dynasty-Bronze kundika inlaid with silver
95. Celadon openwork incense burner with Korean kingfisher glaze from the Goryeo Dynasty. National Museum of Korea, Seoul.