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Small Happiness Wallpaper_May

Small Happiness Wallpaper_May
Beauty of joseon wallpaper of May

 

The theme of the wallpaper for May is Dano.

 

Dano is one of the four major traditional holidays in South Korea.

Traditionally, Dano was a day after the sowing of rice had been completed, and people prayed for a good harvest before the beginning of summer.

 

Among the many traditional customs surrounding Dano, two of the most iconic are represented in the wallpaper.

 

The green leaves in the background are a type of iris called Changpo. During the Joseon Dynasty, women washed their hair in water boiled with changpo on Dano since people in the Joseon Dynasty believed that washing hair in Changpo water would repel illness and evil.

In fact, Changpo leaves contain tannins and proteins known to help with nourishing hair and improving its elasticity.

 

You can also see a woman swinging with her orange skirt aflutter. That depicts another special scene from Dano.

In the past, swinging was mainly enjoyed by young women of the working class.

One of the most well-known scenes from 'Chunhyangjeon', a popular love story that is often called 'the Pride and Prejudice in the Joseon Dynasty,' is when Yi Mongryong, the main character, fell in love at first sight on Dano when he encounters a beautiful woman named Chunhyang, who was swinging.

 

Dano was a special holiday for everyone to relax after making it through one of the busiest times of the year.

Through this painting that contains the wonderful scenery of Dano in the Joseon Dynasty, we wanted to wish you happiness and health.

 

*Monthly wallpapers can only be downloaded for that month, so don't miss out!

✅ Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UoFLlPgmGkNgppGRqahg8Vi1KAYEs0HE/view?usp=share_link

1 comment

Rachel Koo

Hello:) I’m trying to download the calendar link, but it just opens to a jpg of the Dano poster shown—how can I download the actual calendar?

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