Hye Wonnye Pendant
‘Hye’ – burn,
‘Wonhye’ – you do not burn. (inability to be burnt)
It was precieved that traditional priests were distinguished for their fire dancing prowess without their feet burning. similarly, other individuals endure and overcome challenging circumstances.
This symbol signifies the tendency to withstand pain, difficulty and hardships.
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