Most of the stone dragons I saw in South Korea were decorative posts for stairs or bridges. I also saw a number of dragons atop stone pillars at many of the temples.
|Dragon guarding a bridge at Gyeongbokgung Palace, Seoul|
|Another bridge dragon at Gyeongbokgung.|
|Many of the rooftops have these protective charms. I think the dragon head may be iron.|
|See the dragon in the top tile? I'm pretty sure these are slate tiles.|
|This dragon tops a huge 10 foot tall bell at Suwon Fortress.|
|Twin dragons commonly appear on these temple pillars. This pic was taken at Tangeumdae Temple in Chungju.|
|More temple pillars at a countryside temple and burial mound site outside of Chungju. The next few pictures show the twin dragon details of these pillars.|