At Jogyesa temple, Korea i often spend time here ,i also love tibet ! my favorite colors are here!...L

Roof painting in Jogyesa temple, in Gyeonji-dong, Jongno-gu, central Seoul. Jogyesa Temple is the center of Zen Buddhism in South Korea.

Korean tiger with magpies

Sejong Cultural Society - Introduction to Sijo at Harold Washington Library

south korean flag | Tumblr. Note what's missing East=Father, North=Son, South=Mother, West=Daughter this represents a.. Family. The physical and the spiritual. Blows my mind! Amazing how Mother happens to also be " earth" the dirt that created Adam. very revealing, and oh so very subtle. <3 The white background represents the Nation but also "purity", Circle = world, living things good/blue and bad/red. 4trigrams = gov., family, direction, season so very spiritual. amazing!!!

Samsung is a South Korean company, so it feels only natural to at least throw a link in there somewhere. They're, like, 20 years in the future afterall!

If there wasn't a Korean folktale about tigers smoking with rabbits before, there'll be such a tale in my sprawling epic fantasy series soon. This odd image came from a Buddhist monastery in Korea, apparently recently.

Korean tiger smoking with rabbit – This odd image recently came from a Buddhist monastery in Korea.

Dancheon (단청), a stylised colouring pattern widely used on temples and royal palaces.  Photo courtesy of  Varun Sharma.

Dancheon (단청), a stylised colouring pattern widely used on temples and royal palaces. Photo courtesy of my best friend and travel buddy Varun Sharma.

Korean Temple Doors

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