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Earthenware Steamer

Siru is an earthenware steamer that is used for cooking grains and also as a prop in folk rituals. The earthenware steamer was first used in the Korean peninsula during the late Bronze Age, mainly in the northern regions. By the Three Kingdoms period (57 B.C.E.–676), its use had spread evenly to all parts of the peninsula. The traditional steamer comprises handles, main body, bottom and hole. It cannot be placed directly over fire and requires a separate pot for heating up water. The steamer is

Korean Folk Beliefs
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