On large old Ginkgo trees in Korea, people sometimes hang prayers or names of people to whom they'd like to bring good luck.
Bibimbap is rice and egg mixed with other things, usually the sides that come with other dishes in Korea, such as various cooked vegetables and hot pepper paste. It is sometimes described as "temple food" because it was (and is) a common meal for Buddhist monks with vows not to eat meat. The combination of egg, rice and mixed vegetables provides a fairly balanced vegetarian meal. There are not hard and fast rules about bibimbap, though, sometimes meat is added.
My bibimbap has rice, egg, salted seaweed with sesame seeds, carrots and hot pepper paste.
'Til next time!