[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.

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.

An Illustrated Guide to Korean Mythology by Won-Oh Choi ONLINE FREE

Korean mythology

An Illustrated Guide to Korean Mythology by Won-Oh Choi ONLINE FREE

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) / korean goddess of the moon. originally a girl named dalsun who climbed to heaven and became the moon

Xiezhi or Haetae is a legendary creature in Chinese and Korean mythology.

Xiezhi or Haetae is a legendary creature in Chinese and Korean mythology.

Beautiful artwork by Auroreblackcat at Deviant Art

auroreblackcat: At last the completed illustration of my gumiho.For the Myths & Legends collective artbook of Moemaï.

Dragon King's Daughter

Honest Myth:Korean- The Dragon King’s Daughter

Nuwa Serpent Goddess- Nuwa - ancient Chinese goddess who creates mankind and…

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 she is part of the Gashin, a branch of deities believed to protect home. Some of the other world Fire (element) Goddesses are: Sehkmet, Brigid, Vesta, Kali.

In ancient Korean myths and folklores, a fox that lives a thousand years turns into a nine tailed fox that can transform into anything it wants. #구미호 #mythology

Jisoo Kim, In ancient Korean myths and folklores, a fox that lives a thousand years turns into a nine tailed fox that can transform into anything it wants. (at The Little Labs)

Imoogi- Korean myth: a proto-dragon. It was sometimes described as a huge snake like creature before it can be a real dragon. It has to pass three tests to become a full dragon. First it has to come to the aid of others to get its legs, then it has to swim through water to get its fire breath, then it has to take a literal leap of faith to then sprout wings.

Imoogi- Korean myth: a proto-dragon. It was sometimes described as a huge snake like creature before it can be a real dragon. It has to pass…

Paritegi  [Pali Kongju, The Rejected Princess, The Seventh Princess]  is the Korean Goddess Who Guides Dead Souls to the Underworld. Paritegi is venerated by Korean shamans. She banishes ghosts, soothes restless spirits, and may be invoked to transmit and receive messages from those on the Other Side. She is petitioned to rescue souls stuck in hell dimensions. She leads souls back and forth over the thresholds of life and death.

Paritegi [Pali Kongju, The Rejected Princess, The Seventh Princess]

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