EOPSIN업신fKorean Mythology The name of the goddess of storage and wealth in traditional Korean religion, who traditionally takes the form of a snake or weasel and protects the home. Her name is derived from 業 (eop) meaning "profession, work, job" and 神 (sin) meaning "god, goddess, spirit"... [more]
JOWANGSINfKorean Mythology The goddess of the fire and hearth in traditional Korean religion. Her name is derived from the hanja 竈 (jo) meaning "hearth, kitchen stove, kitchen", 王 (wang) meaning "great, king" and 神 (sin) meaning "god, goddess, spirit".
SAMSIN HALMONI삼신 할머니fKorean Mythology The name of the triple goddess of childbirth and fate in Korean mythology. It is derived from the hanja 三 (sam) meaning "three", 神 (sin) meaning "god, goddess, spirit" and 할머니 (halmoni) meaning "grandmother", an honourific term for goddesses highlighting their wisdom.
SEONANGSIN서낭신fKorean Mythology The name of the Korean goddess of villages, boundaries and war. Her name is derived from the hanja 城 (seong) meaning "city wall, fort, defensive wall", 隍 (hwang) meaning "dry moat" or "god of a city" and 神 (sin) meaning "god".