Eversince I was I child, I have fallen inlove with Asian architecture by watching the everyday NHK or Arirang channels features. Also growing up in a very Catholic country, seeing Buddhist temple is a rare kind for me. So when I receive the opportunity in South Korea to travel, my first itinerary was to visit all the temples that I could. And never I would expect, if you will really dive into details, that I will see the swastika symbol imprinted on the temples. And by research you will find out that the symbol is first used by the Asians. | Palgongsan, Daegu South Korea #SouthKorea#Daegu#guysabroad
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