Being a place of faith and practices,
there are rules to abide by at temples.
In one of the rules, Hap-jang is an act of
courtesy to the Buddha, monks and other Buddhists.
In Hap-jang, you join your palms in front of the
chest and bend your waist about 45-60 degrees.
Through the Hap-jang, you can demonstrate
and show that you are a polite person as well as realizing the importance of politeness in your mind.