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In this manner the mythical dragon creature is described in “Boncho Gangmok” (Classified Records of Chinese Medical Botany) originally published in 1596.Ahead, the year 2012 is the Year of the Dragon, or the Year of Im-jin, according to Chinese astrology, when good fortune is expected to kick off and ascend into the sky as dragons do.
On the flipside they are also considered egocentric, capricious and reckless.In religion, the dragon is one of the dharma in Buddhism, appearing in various places in temples and acts as protector.Traits of ‘dragon people’ Considered outgoing and active, “dragon people,” or those born in the Year of the Dragon, love nature, traveling and have silver tongue.It is the most prestigious being with ultimate authority,” said Cheon Jin-gi, director general of the National Folk Museum. There is a saying that people can draw a dragon even though they have never seen a dragon, but they cannot draw a snake even after having seen one.” Among the cyclical years of the zodiac, the year 2012 is the Year of the Black Dragon, as “im” means black and “jin” means dragon according to Korean “Ganji” system, or the sexagenary cycle.The system is a combination of the 12 zodiac animals and the five traditional colors — blue, red, yellow, white and black.D￢ reams featuring dragons are considered auspicious.
Especially for dreams foreshadowing the conception of a baby, the dragon was reckoned the best.
They wore “gollyongpo,” or a dragon robe, drank from bottles with dragon images and carried “Hwangnyonggi,” or the yellow dragon flag, when they inspected the army.
“Yongsang,” or the throne, was decorated with dragon reliefs.
Dragons in Korean culture The dragon represents power, dignity and majesty.
During the Joseon Kingdom (1392-1910), only kings could use the dragon in the palace as his symbol.
As assertive individuals they are perfectionists with high standards.