For the single-mandorla Buddha triad dated 563 in the Kansong Museum, Seoul, see Kwak Dong-seok, "Korean Gilt-Bronze Single Mandorla Buddha Triads and the Dissemination of East Asian Sculptural Style," in Washizuka Hiromitsu, Park Youngbok and Kang Woo-Bang, Transmitting the Forms of Divinity: Early Buddhist Art from Korea and Japan (New York: Japan Society, 2003), fig. 1, p. 86; and Kyoto National Museum et al., eds., Kankoku bijutsu gosennen ten/5000 Years of Korean Arts, exh. cat. (Tokyo: Asahi shinbun, 1976), no. 86.