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Nüwa was a serpent deity from ancient Chinese mythology. Sometimes she is pictured as a gorgeous woman, other times she is shown possessing a woman’s head but the body of a powerful snake. Nüwa was the creator of humankind and remained a powerful benefactor to people and all living creatures (many of which were also her handiwork

Nüwa was a serpent deity from ancient Chinese mythology. Sometimes she is pictured as a gorgeous woman, other times she is shown possessing a woman’s head but the body of a powerful snake. Nüwa was…

[4/7] KOREAN GODS AND GODDESSES | YEOMNA  Yeomna (염라) or Yeomra, in Korean mythology, is a supreme ruler and fifth of the ten kings of the underworld (Shi-wang), who judges the sins of the deceased and decide what to do with them. He is based on Yama, a wrathful underworld god of the Hindu Vedas.

[4/7] KOREAN GODS AND GODDESSES | YEOMNA Yeomna (염라) or Yeomra, in Korean mythology, is a supreme ruler and fifth of the ten kings of the underworld (Shi-wang), who judges the sins of the deceased and decide what to do with them. He is based on Yama, a wrathful underworld god of the Hindu Vedas.

Korean mythology consists of national legends and folk-tales which come from all over the Korean Peninsula. The oldest records of them can be found in Samguk Yusa (written in the 13th century by Buddhist monk Iryeon) and Samguk Sagi (written in …

Korean mythology consists of national legends and folk-tales which come from all over the Korean Peninsula. The oldest records of them can be found in …

Gehenna1986_BTS on Twitter: "#BTSFantasticBeasts 1/7 RM - Yong 용 (Dragon) Yong are legendary creatures in Korean mythology & folklore. They're peaceful& wise creatures. They're primarily benevolent beings related to water & agriculture, often considered bringers of rain & clouds. #HAPPYRMDAY #RM #BTSfanart https://t.co/exhoHWWemr" / Twitter

“#BTSFantasticBeasts 1/7 RM - Yong 용 (Dragon) Yong are legendary creatures in Korean mythology & folklore. They're peaceful& wise creatures. They're primarily benevolent beings related to water & agriculture, often considered bringers of rain & clouds. #HAPPYRMDAY #RM #BTSfanart”

Korean Mythology | Haetae/Haechi (獬豸): Mythical Creatures of Korea | Pre ...

As of May of 2008, Haechi, a mythical creature known for symbolizing justice and prevention of fires and disasters, has become the official ...

Minhwa - A Folk Art That Touches The Soul Of The Korean People

(VOVworld) - Minhwa or Korea’s folk painting is an integral part of Korea’s culture. It is known to convey the mythology, religion, and views of the Korean people. This month, more than 40 pieces of Minhwa art are on display at an exhibition titled “Ancient Seoul and Korean traditional folk paintings” to introduce to people in Hanoi one of the most interesting aspects of Korean culture.