For the April Small Happiness wallpaper, the main theme is mugwort, which stands tall in the fields of spring.
Let us tell you an interesting story about mugwort.
The legend of Dangun is a very old myth that has been handed down throughout the Korean Peninsula.
Hwanung, a god who lived in the heavens, told a bear and a tiger that if they stayed in a cave for 100 days without seeing the sun and eating only mugwort and garlic, they would become human.
The tiger could not endure it and abandoned the cave, but the bear ate the mugwort and garlic, enduring for the full 100 days, and eventually became human. Her name was Ungnyeo and she married Hwanung and gave birth to a son, who later became Dangun Wanggeom, the founder of Ancient Joseon.
Since ancient times, mugwort has been widely known to be good for women, and garlic is believed to have the power to banish bad energy. For this reason, there is a belief that they fed the bear mugwort and garlic to drive out the animal spirit and create the woman named Ungnyeo.
There is also a historical interpretation that it actually symbolizes the story of the rivalry between the tiger tribe and the bear tribe.
Mugwort is a food and Hanbang ingredient that has been loved by Koreans for a long time, as the record appearing in this myth demonstrates.
In particular, tender young mugwort available in early spring is used in a variety of foods because of its amazing fragrance and taste.
The round mugwort rice cake 'Ssuktteok' shown in the wallpaper is a typical snack in springtime. It is known that drinking tea brewed with properly dried mugwort warms the body and helps with the health of the bronchi and digestive organs.
Mugwort, a key component in our products, is also known for its excellent soothing effect as a skin care ingredient.
We hope you have a beautiful fresh start in April with our lovely pink mugwort wallpapers.
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