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Cute novice monks in South Korea

2009-04-20 03:56:23 GMT2009-04-20 11:56:23 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Novice monk Dam Jung dozes after a Buddhist monk cut his hair during a ceremony at the Jogye temple in Seoul April 19, 2009. A group of nine boys entered the temple to experience life as monks for 18 days, ahead of celebrations for Buddha's birth date on May 2. (Reuters Photo)

Novice monks take part in a ceremony after Buddhist monks cut their hair at the Jogye temple in Seoul April 19, 2009. A group of 9 boys entered the temple to experience life as monks for 18 days, ahead of celebrations for Buddha's birth date on May 2. (Reuters Photo)

A novice monk strokes his head after a Buddhist monk cut his hair during a ceremony at the Jogye temple in Seoul April 19, 2009. A group of nine boys entered the temple to experience life as monks for 18 days, ahead of celebrations for Buddha's birth date on May 2. (Reuters Photo)

A group of nine boys entered the Jogye temple in Seoul, South Korea, to experience life as monks for 18 days, ahead of celebrations for Buddha's birth date on May 2.

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