HAENYEO NEWS

It starts at around 7:30 p.m. at the site of the coastal net fishing ground. There is a god enshrined at the top and bottom. The upper god is the sea god, and the lower god is the spirits of Muju spirit who died in the sea. The management of Mangosa Temple is held at Mangjup, a group of fishing nets. Dong Gimnyeong-ri is divided into four "folds": Changgoljeop, Sinsanjeop, Gobonggaejeop, and Arakjeop. Previously, each temple was held separately, but from 1969, the four temples were held jointly. The cost of the ritual is jointly borne by each board, and the ritual official is selected through a meeting. The ritual specialists are five people, including Choheon, Ahheon, and Jongheon, the third ritual specialist, and the butler The Tribunals choose the right person for life and good fortune. They prepare for the ritual and hold a camp and business for three days. At this time, salted anchovies and pork are prohibited.

An old haenyeo saying goes: "Earn from Heavens, spend on Earth." It implies that haenyeo's diving work is very dangerous. Accordingly, haenyeo always depend on the dragon god, who controls the sea. Haenyeo often visit Haesindang Shrine located on the seasideand hold rituals to pray for safety and an abundant harvest for their diving. In the second month of the lunar calendar, hanyeo hold yengdeunggut, a shamanicrite to honor YeongdeungGod. Haenyeo believe that Yeongdeung God provides safety and abundant fish day of the second lunar moth. Yeongdeung God sows seeds, including seaweed,abalione, and conch to make the haenyeo's life abundant, then returns to her home after passing throught Udo Island on the 15th of the second lunar month.

An old haenyeo saying goes: "Earn from Heavens, spend on Earth." It implies that haenyeo's diving work is very dangerous. Accordingly, haenyeo always depend on the dragon god, who controls the sea. Haenyeo often visit Haesindang Shrine located on the seasideand hold rituals to pray for safety and an abundant harvest for their diving. In the second month of the lunar calendar, hanyeo hold yengdeunggut, a shamanicrite to honor YeongdeungGod. Haenyeo believe that Yeongdeung God provides safety and abundant fish day of the second lunar moth. Yeongdeung God sows seeds, including seaweed,abalione, and conch to make the haenyeo's life abundant, then returns to her home after passing throught Udo Island on the 15th of the second lunar month.

An old haenyeo saying goes: "Earn from Heavens, spend on Earth." It implies that haenyeo's diving work is very dangerous. Accordingly, haenyeo always depend on the dragon god, who controls the sea. Haenyeo often visit Haesindang Shrine located on the seasideand hold rituals to pray for safety and an abundant harvest for their diving. In the second month of the lunar calendar, hanyeo hold yengdeunggut, a shamanicrite to honor YeongdeungGod. Haenyeo believe that Yeongdeung God provides safety and abundant fish day of the second lunar moth. Yeongdeung God sows seeds, including seaweed,abalione, and conch to make the haenyeo's life abundant, then returns to her home after passing throught Udo Island on the 15th of the second lunar month.