Three stories from Korean folklore! On the first, a boy loves collecting stories, but no one really taught him proper story care, so they went the way of so many carnival goldfish. On the second, a young man protests his unfair (and kind of murdery) working conditions...by turning his boss's lunchbox into a toilet. On the third, there are people, there are cows, and no one can tell the two apart.
The creature is the ziz, and it wrecks cities by accident.
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The third story had me confused at first. Bovines against humans?? Knowing some Korean litteral culture however, I suspect this particular fairy tale has a basis in Korean history. I bet you don’t know that traditionally an onion is seen as a blood purifier, right? Blood transports Chi. If there are weird ideas in the ‘blood’ then people fo crazy, thinking of other humans as enemies (the shapeshifting bovines). I actually think, this might be a Korean telling of the early life of a Buddha. Thank you. And it still applies to this day btw.