This episode introduces adverbs - what they are and how they're used. It's just the basics, and in a later episode we'll learn about adverbs in more detail.
Remember that all of these course episodes go in order, so if this is your first time seeing an episode I recommend starting from the very beginning. Just like a textbook, this course builds upon each episode in order.
In this all-new type of videos, we’ll be exploring the temple artwork that adorns Korean Buddhist temples. Specifically, we’ll be looking at masonry, paintings, architecture, bells, drums, and so much more!
You might have spotted this somewhat terrifying and sometimes playful figure around a Korean Buddhist temple. They can be located on wall, halls, beams, and panels. These colourful images, usually painted, but can also be a relief or a statue, is called a Gwimyeon. In English, they’re called a Monster Mask. They also go by the name Nathwi. So what exactly are these creatures? What do they do? How did they end up appearing in Korean Buddhist temples and hermitages?
Well, watch this video and learn more about these wonderful and colour creatures!