A woman looks at New Year's wishes at Jogye Temple in Seoul on Dec. 30, 2019.
The front lawn of Jogye Temple in Jongno, Seoul is filled with star-shaped post-its with the New Year's wishes of visitors, a tradition all over Korea.
Some are wishes for jobs, others for prosperity, a soulmate, recovery from illness and entry to the college of choice.
Increasingly, the most common wishes are less for sudden riches and more for happiness at home.
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