As one of the major prayer items of Korean Buddhism, Buddhist rosaries called
Yeom-ju are made by threading 108 beads on a string or thin wire.
Because 108 beads represent 108 kinds of afflictions, and every time you turn the beads,
afflictions are removed one by one.
When you turn the beads of Yeom-ju, you can feel your scattered mind become more focused.
Some Buddhist temples offer templestay programs with threading beads of Yeom-ju.
Please reserve templestay programs and experience making Yeom-ju.