China Jeoksan Beophwawon
- Location : Rongcheng, Shandong, China
- Jeoksan Beophwawon is a temple built by Changbogo for the Silla people in Tang Dynasty China, whom Chang united to help accelerate maritime trade.
The present temple was remodeled in 1990 and a portrait of Changbogo is enshrined in Beophwawon.
- Changbogo Memorial Hall : Changbogo Memorial Hall was opened in 2005 in Jeoksan Beophwawon.
Changbogo artifacts and statue are displayed in the memorial hall.
- Location : Otsu, Shiga-ken, Japan
- Yeolyeoksa (Enlakuji), headquarters of Japanese Cheontaejong As the 3rd master of the Japanese Cheontaejong, Ennin found Nirvana here after 10 years of propagation in Tang Dynasty China. Wando-gun established a Changbogo monument next to the Mujuru in this temple.
Japan Seoksan Meditation Temple
- Location : Kyoto, Japan
- The Jeoksan Meditation Temple was built by the followers of the monk Ennin in accordance with his testament.This temple is located to the south of Mt. Bijeok, the area in which Yeolyeoksa is situated. A Silladaemyeonsin Statue, which looks like Changbogo, is enshrined in this temple.
Seoksan Meditation Temple
- Location : Dazaiku, Fukuoka, Japan
- Merchants and officials from Tang and Silla conducted business in Daejebu. It was also the site of the government building controlling Kyushu during the 7-12th century. Changbogo had business with Japan near Dazaiku.