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  • Hol experience
    Hol is an object held by courtiers when given audience with the king. Why don’t you have a walk in the exhibition room while holding the Hol?
  • Conversation with the Stone Buddha
    You can have a mind to mind conversation with silent Buddha.
  • Making a Wish
    Choose your kind of Dongja for your messenger. -> Tell your wishes to Dongja (your messenger). -> Your wishes will come true.
  • Finding Beoksu
    Choose your Beoksu for your village.
  • Buddha’s Ablution
    “Bathe the baby Buddha in water and your mind will be cleansed.”
    The ritual of pouring water on the statue of the baby Buddha on Buddha´s birthday allows us to express our piety to the Buddha and cleanse our innermost selves.
  • Tapdori
    Tapdori is a Korean custom in which people walk around a pagoda in circles. The practice is thought to originate from Buddhism. While circling the pagoda, people pray for peace and the happiness of their families.
  • Prayers for Success

    A Chinese legend tells of a leaping carp that became a dragon and flew up to heaven. Dragons have long been auspicious symbols in many Asian cultures, indicating great achievements and

    success.

  • Dongja’s Concert
    Here is a concert of Dongjas in the stone garden. The Dongjas are playing traditional Korean instruments including the geomungo, Korean mandolin, janggu, taepyeongso, pipe, haegeum,etc.

     

  • Dongja’s Playground
    It is time to play a variety of Korean Folk Games with Donjas: Kite-flying (yeonnalligi), Game of Yut (yutnori), Korean shuttlecock game (jegichagi),
    Top-spinning game (pengichigi) “Guess who is going to win?”
  • Dongja’s Kitchen

    This is a cooking class with Dongja chefs. Here you can experience a number of traditional Korean customs firsthand, such as pounding rice in a stone mortar or grinding cereal in a

    hand mill.