South Korea

South Korea Luck Charm Pujok

  With so many superstitions at play across South Korea, having a two-pronged good luck charm is a blessing for the communities who fear both evil spirits and bad luck. The Pujok has been a part of South Korean tradition for over 4,000 years and is still used by communities today to invite good luck into their homes and keep bad and evil spirits away. The Pujok is identified traditionally as a yellow piece of paper which is often stuck…

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South Korea Luck Charm Swallow

The swallow is a beautiful songbird which has graced writers, artists and others with luck and inspiration for thousands of years. An awe-inspiring sight in-flight and with a charming tune, the swallow has become an icon of good luck across the world. South Korea amongst other Asia countries treasures the swallow for its beauty and symbolism. History Of The Swallow Good Luck Charm The swallow lives most of its life in the sky, they rarely make permanent homes on the…

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