| The fading evening light |
gave a cut-out statue
of Dol Hareubang
Folklore Museum a
very nice silhouette
Along the way Kent related to us the tale of Jeju's gate with 3 poles and related them to the 3 of Jeju i.e. the 3 lacks of Jeju (Sanmu - No thief, no beggar, and no gate), the 3 abundances of Jeju (Samda- more winds, more women and more rocks) and the 3 treasures of Jeju (SaAmryeo and Sambo - imply the beautiful nature, folklore, and native industries of Jeju, or three resources : edible crops, marine products, and tourism. Or generosity, beautiful nature, and special industrial structure). Some of the exhibits in this Jeju Folklore and Natural History museum are similar to those in the Korean Folk museum that I visited early in the morning in Gyeongbokgung Palace.
Here are the pictures I took at Jeju Folklore and Natural History Museum.
Location: 996-1, Ildo 2-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, South Korea.