Hari - Part 2
But nowadays, the coldness of the world has come down to the village of Hari, cooling the hot tears of the statues. Many elders became afraid that the dokkaebis will no longer march toward the back hills, and so they did carve out more wooden faces. So far, no statue made not on the summer solstice has cried. Because of this, the people of Hari would sprinkle calcium chloride on that old passage on the day before Winter Solstice. The dandelions would stop to drown the earth in the spring and the crabgrass would stop to tide like waves in the fall, but the yearly march of the dokkaebis is a tradition that has protected the village of Hari. The path must be cleared.