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Jowangshin (조왕신) is the Korean goddess of fire and the hearth. She is part of the Gashin, a branch of deities believed to protect the various objects and rooms of the house. #myth

Jowangshin (조왕신) is the Korean goddess of fire and the hearth. She is part of the Gashin, a branch of deities believed to protect the various objects and rooms of the house. #myth

Seokga (석가) is rebellious trickster god in Korean mythology. He and Mireuk were responsible for the creation of the world. His name is also used to refer to Siddhartha Gautama in Korean. According to the Changsega, the deity Seokga attempted to usurp Mireuk, the initial creator of the world, in three contests.

Seokga (석가) is rebellious trickster god in Korean mythology. He and Mireuk were responsible for the creation of the world. His name is also used to refer to Siddhartha Gautama in Korean. According to the Changsega, the deity Seokga attempted to usurp Mireuk, the initial creator of the world, in three contests.

Jacheongbi (자청비) is a Korean earth goddess who is also the goddess of love. She disguises herself as a young man in order to pursue higher education in the company of a young god for whom she has an attraction... The implication is that her desire for education & opportunity is equal to that for her young god, & she will simply do whatever is needed to achieve her goals...

Jacheongbi (자청비) is a Korean earth goddess who is also the goddess of love. She disguises herself as a young man in order to pursue higher education in the company of a young god for whom she has an attraction... The implication is that her desire for education & opportunity is equal to that for her young god, & she will simply do whatever is needed to achieve her goals...

Samshin-Halmang (삼신 할머니) is the Korean goddess of life and childbirth.  She was once a human girl, but after winning the flower-blooming contest (flowers symbolize life in Korean mythology) between her and the Dragon Lord’s daughter, she became the Goddess charged with pregnancy and delivering of babies. She protects babies and mothers from harm, and is the patron of midwives. It is said that after midwives die, they become spirits called ‘Samshin’ and help Samshin-halmang. #myth

Samshin-Halmang (삼신 할머니) is the Korean goddess of life and childbirth. She was once a human girl, but after winning the flower-blooming contest (flowers symbolize life in Korean mythology) between her and the Dragon Lord’s daughter, she became the Goddess charged with pregnancy and delivering of babies. She protects babies and mothers from harm, and is the patron of midwives. It is said that after midwives die, they become spirits called ‘Samshin’ and help Samshin-halmang. #myth

Gameunjang-agi (가믄장 아기) is the Korean goddess of fate and luck.

Gameunjang-agi (가믄장 아기) is the Korean goddess of fate and luck.

Dalnim (달님) is the Korean goddess of the moon. She was originally a girl named Dalsun who climbed to heaven and became the moon. #myth

Dalnim (달님) is the Korean goddess of the moon. She was originally a girl named Dalsun who climbed to heaven and became the moon. #myth

Learn to read Hangul. Will come in handy sometime.

Learn to read Hangul. Will come in handy sometime.

Mythology Aesthetics → The Nine Muses The Muses are the inspirational goddesses of literature, science, and the arts in Greek mythology. According to Hesiod’s Theogony, they were daughters of Zeus, the second generation king of the gods, and the offspring of Mnemosyne, goddess of memory.

Mythology Aesthetics → The Nine Muses The Muses are the inspirational goddesses of literature, science, and the arts in Greek mythology. According to Hesiod’s Theogony, they were daughters of Zeus, the second generation king of the gods, and the offspring of Mnemosyne, goddess of memory.

Aww Hobi is so cute

Aww Hobi is so cute

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