During our visit to Seoul we also visited the National Folk Museum, which was quite interesting. They have a series of Saturday traditional dance and music performances, and we were treated to a wonderful group of traditional dancers. My favourite number involved dancing with hourglass-shaped drums.
Magpies are good luck in Korea!
These are jangseung, Korean totem poles or tikis. They usually stand at the entrance to a town or village to ward off daemons and mark village boundaries.
These are stone scholars that would have marked graves of important people.
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I think that stone scholars are excellent choices for gravestones. Could it be that your brain turns to stone if you think too much? I always knew that “Magpies” were good luck, right?