A lot of cremated bones weighing 4.3 kg have been found in Seokchon-dong burial mounds (Seoul No. 243) in Seoul. The photo shows the excavation site of Seokchon-dong burial mounds.
Photograph shows the 4th stone burial ground.
The photo shows the courtesy department of the fourth store.
The photo shows earthquake earthenware underneath No. 8 red stone graves.
The photo shows cremated human bones from the burial ceremony.
The photograph is a ritual earthenware excavated from the 1st store ritual department.
The photo shows the pottery and glass beads excavated from the ritual department of the first store.
On May 23, Seoul said it unearthed artifacts such as human bones, a lot of earthenware, trinkets, and tiles, after the cremation process, at Seokchon-dong Tombs (History No. 243), the royal cemetery of Hanseong Baekje.
(SBS New Media Department / Composition = Yoo Hyun Jung, Lee Hye Sim / Photo = Yonhap News)