One of the most beautiful decorative devices adorning a Korean Buddhist Temple are the melodious wind chimes(pung-gyeong)
that hang from the eave's of shrine halls.
A thin metal plate in the shape of a fish is attached to the bell's clapper, moving the clapper when the wind blows.
It reminds practitioners to sleep less and maintain wakefulness, like a fish that never closes its eyes.
At templestay in korea, you can experience the elegance of traditional culture while listening to the wind chimes hung from eaves.
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