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The Korea Guide is glad to announce that Chad Meyer and Moonjung Kim are presenting the first 50 pages of their soon-to-be released book — Easy to Learn Korean — for download. You can download your free copy of the digital version of this book around 10 mb by clicking the image below. In these 50 pages you will find useful chapters on: Chad Meyer and Moonjung Kim is an American husband-Korean wife couple living in Korea, who have put together the Easy to Learn Korean Language series and soon-to-be book for businessmen, tourists, English teachers, military personnel, and anyone else who has a desire to speak Korean. Anyone with basic knowledge of Korean can use this book. It encourages to immerse yourself in whatever type of situation that life presents using situational conversations presented in bite-sized lessons. Such as, how to order food in a restaurant, buy clothes in the store, use a Korean washing machine or remote control and many more.

It is fatal to children. Even after we treat them well. Sonnim refers to smallpox. Unpolished barley is kept in this jar until the harvest season and it is ground afterwards. If a god controls the happiness and blessing of a family. This is a dreadful disease which comes with fever and headache.

They are well described in family myths. That is probably why smallpox was called sonnim guest. It is highly likely that people likened smallpox to a guest sonnim they wished to avoid. He is the highest among the family gods and controls the blessing of a family from the construction of the house to the success of the family. Guests are special ones who visit your home. Humans look for gods. Even disease gods who bring smallpox can give us longevity and happiness if they are treated well. In the past.

This god is also called So ngjo God or Sangryang ridge beam God. Do not we have a god in our home? There are gods such as the House God So ngju God. If you serve the god well. In this myth. So ngju is a House God who controls the sadness and happiness of a family. The wife is also the king of a family. The daughter of noiljedegwiil persuaded lady yo san to take a bath and killed her by drowning her in the pond.

The House-site Goddess is also like the king of a family. She faked sickness and hired a fortune-teller to kill them. The House God is the king of a family. When the seven sons became furious and attacked her.

The daughter of noiljedegwiil disguised as lady yo san. The youngest son nokdiso ngin volunteered to take the livers of his six brothers. If a husband is uncomfortable. He ended up living poorly in her shabby house. The concepts of ancestor god and crop god have been added. When he went deep into a mountain. What mainly causes distress in a family? It is a third person intervening between husband and wife: Hwang Uyang. The story is summarized below. We can also understand from the quotation that this myth is focused on the relationship between husband and wife.

As Hwang Uyang and his wife became the So ngju God and the To ju Goddess after they regained the happiness of the family. If the House-site Goddess is uncomfortable. She heard that he planned to kill his sons to cure his wife.

The husband is also the king of a family. The seven sons. The seven sons realized that she was not their mother. He met a girl. Key players in world-class technological achievements are also thought of as heroes.

This myth describes the origin of the seven stars of the Great bear. Problems happened in the family by the intervention of the second wife and the gods of the family emerged after resolving the problems.

Who were heroes during the primitive days? It is highly likely that those who were knowledgeable about natural phenomena. It is not like ancient times when ethnic groups frequently engaged in war against each other.

The Seven Stars are the gods who preside over everything on earth including the longevity of humans. These days. The mother became the Kitchen Goddess. The Door God and the Gate God reside at the entrance of the house.

In human history. It is also called the Protecting Door God. It is worshipped in family events such as shamanistic rites. This door god resides in the vestibule. This myth is a story about a husband. It becomes most clear when we ask ourselves what our heroes should look like. A family overcomes the malicious second wife and reunites. Munjo n is the Door God and it is also the title of the myth. The myth well explains the origin of the Door God.

People took for granted that heroes respected by their entire group should be able to take care of at least such problems.

As we have seen above. Wo rmyo ngsa chanted the Tosolga Song of Tosol to remove one. Culture heroes are those who feed the group by bringing in new livestock or crops.

What does this mean? When two suns appeared in the sky. In addition. People relied on them for victory in a war. It is probably the reason that heroes appearing in the Mongolian hero epic Janggar or Tibetan hero epic Gesar are also magicians at the same time. Just as a magician becomes a war hero. Magicians also participated in wars in ancient times. Securing food for the entire group is as important as protecting the group against attacks from outside.

They both had powers to solve problems in nature. The Korean Gods aitreya and Sakyamuni: Genesis gods only appear in a large-scale shamanistic rite. Maitreya was the principal god for creation. Sobyo lwang became the ruler for the living and Taebyo lwang became the ruler for the dead. M Taebyo lwang and Sobyo lwang: Although they appear as So nmuni and Humuni in some other districts.

They believed that Scholar Kungsan and bride Ilwo l became the sun god and the moon goddess. These two myths explain differently the creation of humans. Although there are some simi-. Their features as creators regulate the number of suns and moons in the sky and they get rid of the excess suns and moons. Maitreya led the Creation of Heaven and Earth and the creation of humans.

In the creation of humans. The common plots of the story are as follows: According to the myth. Although they have buddhist names.

South Hamgyo ng Province now north Korea. Scholar Kungsan and Bride Ilwo l: Shamans used to worship the sun and moon as a side performance in a big ritual. Korean ancestors may have tried to describe the everyday lives of gods using the sun and moon. Its name was changed to Cheso k God due to buddhist influence. The Three Cheso k Gods: Peridegi or the seventh Princess.

Versions of this goddess include Parigongju Princess Pari. Princess Pari: This goddess is also called Paridegi. Tanggu maegi was the goddess to protect the village. Shamans performed this ritual to guide the spirits of the deceased to the underworld.

She is called Tanku mgaksi. So jangaegi. Tanggu maegi: This is a goddess in Cheso k Kut. Saenam Kut in Seoul.

Assuming that a group of hunting or agricultural people settled down in a valley area to form a community.

Ogu Kut in yo ngnam districts and Ssitkim Kut in Honam districts.

Sejunaegi or Chajimyo ngaegi depending on the performing districts. Chinogwi Kut in the Middle districts. Cheju shamans seem to treat their tools as gods because shamen on Cheju Island customarily respect sammyo ngdu as their ancestors. She always holds flowers in her hands. He is worshipped during a ritual for Siwang. The old Samsu nghalmang goddess governs the deceased.

Two other goddesses appear in another version of this myth. He guides the spirits of the deceased to the underworld. This is a goddess on Cheju Island. The three Chaetpugi Brothers: Although Siwang lives in the underworld.

In myths. The Sonnim Gods: She came down to the earth with Mundoryo ng and became the agriculture goddess. Versions of these gods include Sonnim Kut or Sonim Ko r i. He became one of the agriculture gods. Similar myths are found in many nations in East Asia. Pyo lso ng or Hogu Pyo lsin and also include Munsin Sonnim. According to the namsaengi and Ko buki brothers myth.

This kind of myth is called a culture hero myth. Sijun Sonnim and Sidu Sonnim. This is a quite human-centred opinion because they will be nice or bad depending on the attitude of a human. Shamans in Hamhu ng. She went to heaven to find Mundoryo ng and married him after she passed difficult tests. In the myth. Cho ngsunam: The Sonnim Gods are supposed to leave on horseback decorated with mugwort. They are gods who care for sick children. She suppressed a riot and was rewarded with five grains.

They are mostly inherited by shamans who live on the East Coast. South Hamgyo ng Province. In the culture hero myth related to the acquisition of crops.

Kaksi Sonnim. South Hamkyo ng Province now north Korea. The goal of the journey is to seek. The only known fact is that she is a goddess. Cho ngsunam became the god who is honoured in Mabulimje held in July. The mother got into a jar of rice and became the indoor snake goddess who makes people rich by protecting their grain.

Since we can see that she helps all kinds of life such as human. After that her body was changed into a snake and she gave birth to seven daughters. Mabulimje is the ceremony for Cho ngsunam. The difference between Cheju Island and other regions is that the religion of snakes is closely related to the religion of agriculture and grain.

They make people rich by protecting the grain in a jar. Onu li: It is not known in which shamanistic rite she was worshipped. She was expelled in a stone box and arrived on Cheju Island. This myth is similar to oral epics in the shamanist rite as follows: The tale of a journey to seek for fortune.

All the daughters were snakes. This is a religious belief like to ju and sejun tanji of the mainland in which they became grain gods.

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Cho ngsunam is more like a livestock god than an agriculture god. The mother and daughters became goddesses. If you analyse the contents of the myth in more detail. Mundoryo ng became the upper agriculture god. The Seven Stars Gods: These gods are worshipped in the shamanist rite which describes the origin of the seven stars.

Kimnyo ng village. He is a So ngju god. So ngjubonga. Family gods comprise the So ngju god who is a male. As a punishment. The word So ngju literally means the lord of a castle. So ngjubonga Myth of the House God. Therefore this goddess can be considered as the goddess who brings happiness to humans. So Chinnang: This is a male god appearing in the shamanist rite of So ngju.

When Paekjutto was pregnant with Koenegitto. He fought against many-headed monster soldiers in the battle. This is a male god worshipped at Koenegit shrine. The ruling class living inside the castle governed people living in the valleys and fields.

This is probably because So ngju was worshipped by the ruling class. Considering the myth in which he appears.

They protect the family and take care of their well-being. This story fits into the typical cycle of a hero: So nang is a kind of god who lives at boundaries and protects the village. Among them. Hwang Uyang: This is a male god worshipped in the shamanist rite of So ngju the house god.

He resides in trees and stones villagers put at the entrance of a village. So ngjosinga. Castles were artificially built fortresses of a nation and centres for traffic. Cheju Island. He returned to Cheju Island. They broke up afterwards. He kidnapped the wife of Hwang Uyang. The Samgong Gods Kangiyo ngso ng.

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In the myth transmitted on Cheju Island. They are deified war heroes. The couple expelled their youngest daughter Kamu njangagi. From the inkstone case appeared the daughter of the Dragon King of the East Sea. There are good cho nsang and bad cho nsang: They were later invited to a banquet for beggars hosted by Kamu njangagi and dispelled all the evil spirits from the house. The Igong God. This is a garden. They seem to be somehow related. Igong is his official god-name.

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Kamu njangagi is good. A myth describing their feats. Kunung Gods: Hallakkungi is the god who keeps the Flower Garden concerning life and death. This myth is transmitted only on Cheju Island. Myths and buddhist scriptures seem to have influenced each other. After he dreamed that he had swallowed one sun and one moon. Courtesy of Kahoe Museum. King of Heaven. Taebyo lwang and Sobyo lwang.

Date unknown. So Maitreya placed the heavens like the handle of the lid of a kettle and set pillars at the four corners of the earth. The body of the jacket took a whole roll of cloth. Maitreya decided to separate the heavens and the earth because they were joined together.

There were two suns and two moons in those times. Maitreya Miru k 1 too came into being. Maitreya sheared one foot and three inches of hemp to make a hat. So Maitreya plucked the vines of arrowroot which stretched from mountain to mountain. Maitreya created the Big Dipper and the Archer from the torn pieces of one moon.

There was no cloth when Maitreya wanted to make clothes. Maitreya again snipped two feet and three inches of hemp to manufacture the hat. Only when it fitted perfectly. Maitreya sheared three feet and three inches of hemp. All of the gods were eating uncooked food in those times. Maitreya thought that it would be better to eat cooked rather than uncooked grains of rice.

Fourth to fifth century. Whenever he ate one so m4 or one mal 5 of raw grains of rice. They were eating raw grains of rice because there was no fire. Do you know about the origins of water and fire?

How can I know about it? Maitreya thought. Do you know the origins of water and fire? If you want to know. I will have to discover the origins of water and fire because only I can do it. If the peony flowers on my knees. But Sakyamuni So kga. There are two stones. But again Sakyamuni demanded another contest. Sakyamuni said. Sakyamuni agreed to the contest.

From the heavens. But tricky Sakyamuni like a thief took a light sleep. Because of this the flower will wither within ten days and even if the flower is planted. I will tell you. Maitreya thought about the birth of humans. If you see the murmuring spring. The five gold bugs grew into men and the five silver bugs grew into women.

But Sakyamuni demanded another contest. Maitreya prayed to the heavens with one hand raised holding a silver tray and the other hand raised holding a gold tray. Maitreya froze the river first. You stole my flower to put on your knee. Maitreya said. And there is a spring on Mount Soha. The peony bloomed on my knee. These men and women married. When night fell. If you strike the two stones together vigorously.

But if it blooms on your knees. When Sakyamuni saw it. So Maitreya suspended a gold-bottle with a gold-string and Sakyamuni hung a silver-bottle with a silver-string in the centre of the East Sea. Mixed materials on canvas. If the world becomes yours.

Maitreya decided to pass his world to Sakyamuni. It is called Tonghae in the Korean language. They each shouted. Because of this. Sakyamuni and the monks looked for Maitreya. Equivalent to 4. Maitreya ran away as soon as he saw them. Controlling the number of suns stands for preventing heat and drought. Its original name and function may have been lost in the same way as for Miru k.

He is the Buddha of the future. If this happens. Its original name and function may have been lost.

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At this time two of the three thousands monks got up and threw the meat away. Sakyamuni caught the roe deer and gave the three thousand monks the roe deer meat on three thousand skewers.

When they advanced into the mountains. Equivalent to 5. In this sentence. All myths about so ngin are chanted in So ngin Kut or Ssen Kut. And in some regions. South Pyo ngan Province. Because of the two suns and moons. When he loaned her rice. W Fig. Sumyong Changja was a wicked man. Shoot for a Moon hen Taebyo lwang1 and Sobyo lwang were born.

One day. His daughter paid people rotten soy souce as wages for working in the field while she kept the good soy sauce for herself. He behaved monstrously. Two long stones named cho ngjuso k on both sides have holes to put the wooden bars in.

I chewed a grain of sand on my first bite. My Lord. Although I washed the rice many times to remove the sand grains. This is how they accumulated their wealth.

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In case there are three or four wooden bars. This is how he accumulated his wealth. Sumyo ng Changja adds either white sand or black sand. The next day. You will name your first son Taebyo lwang and your second son Sobyo lwang.

When they were instructed to give the horses water. Call and send General Lightning. Messenger Lightning. King Cho nji ordered again. General Thunder and Messenger Thunder. Also call the Fire God5 and General Fire and send them. King Cho nji ascended to the Palace in Heaven. He said. I will give you two arrows and two bows of a thousand-weight.

It fell to the ground. One day the two brothers heard insulting remarks from the three thousand scholars. We came here to meet our father. So the two brothers planted the gourd seeds on the eleventh day of January. This is a chair without an owner!

After giving her these instructions. Many years went by. Who is our father and where is he? The two brothers gave him the piece of dragon-shaped comb. The two brothers reached fifteen and went to a school where three thousand scholars enrolled to learn literature and archery. Because they played roughly. You could be a son outside matrimony.

At this very moment. Making their way branch by branch. When King Cho nji compared it with the piece in his possession. Since then. The winner will take the law for the living and the loser will take the law for the dead. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any electronic, mechanical or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including photocopying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system, without prior permission in writing from the publishers.

The Formation of Heaven and Earth 21 2. Shoot for a Sun, Shoot for a Moon 28 3. Origin of the Seven Stars of the Great Bear 42 5. The Grandmother Goddess of Birth 57 7.

Samani Lived Three ThousandYears Sama Changja and His Scapegoat Horse Kaksi Sonnim, the Smallfox Goddess Kamu njang-agi, the Goddess of Good Fortune Gods Protecting a Village Kunung, the Warrior God of Preventing Misfortune It is certain that no Korean oral myths would exist today without the kut.

Therefore, the kut is undeniably the mother of all Korean oral myths. Koreans believed that all gods possessed different types of divine authority. It was important therefore for Koreans to know the particular divine authority ies of all the gods and the processes by which almighty power was obtained because they believed that only the right god would be able to solve their particular problems.

Koreans chose to praise the greatness of a god indirectly by praising the process of obtaining almighty power. Thus, by knowing the process and praising it, Koreans believed that the god would eventually solve their prob- lems. As each person has a different background, so, likewise, all gods have different backgrounds. Different backgrounds mean that all gods have different forms of divine power; for example, there is a disease-curing god, an offspring-conceiving god, a god for the deceased, a harvesting god and a family-protecting god.

Just as different experts were respected equally, all Korean gods were equally respected in their fields. Some myths, however, attempted to describe, albeit not very clearly, various rank- ings among the gods. Although they appeared as absolute authorities in some oral myths in which they could direct lower-ranked gods, it would not be a true representation of Korean oral myths. It is simply a result of the inclusion of Taoist and Buddhist stories in traditional oral myths.

Therefore, in order to better understand Korean oral myths, it is important to set the premise that the total number of gods is equal to the total number of different types of problems that may occur in everyday living situations, i. Therefore, Korean gods are qualified to solve 00 Prelims KM: That is the limit and the boundary of Korean gods. Korean gods do not demand or request a human to be a god.

Gods in Korean oral myths always kept their distance until they heard humans crying-out for help. However, they expected to be treated well if they were called upon for help. Korean gods required rewards as much as they provided mercies. In other words, Korean gods turned into either good sprits or evil sprits depending on how they were treated.

How fair they were! Korean gods did not have a hierarchy as did Greek gods, but they possessed their own special fields that they fiercely defended when their authority was challenged. Furthermore, Korean gods either rewarded people or punished people based on how they were treated.

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