Samsin or Samshin means “Three Goddesses” in Korean, (literally, three spirits) and they appear collectively as three grandmothers. Halmoni means grandmother, a title for a venerated ancestor goddess, embodied as a wise crone goddess. When addressed with the honorary title Samsin Halmoni or just Samsin, the three goddessess are also thought of as one Samsin, the single goddess of childbirth in Korean shamanism. A mountain in South Korea is named after Samsin Halmoni, the Samsinbong, known as the Three Spirit Peak.
This Fan Art is for the Korean Drama GOBLIN (Guardian: The Lonely and Great God). Halmoni (Samshin) was played by South Korean actress Lee El.
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