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Shila officially approves Buddhism - Today is March 11.
King Beopheung was the 23rd monarch of Silla, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. As a result of Ichadon's matyrdom, King Beopheung chose Buddhism as the state religion. However, true Buddhist freedom in Shilla would not begin until the era of King Jinheung's reign.
Momotarō (桃太郎?) is a popular hero from Japanese folklore. His name literally means Peach Tarō; as Tarō is a common Japanese boy's name, it is often translated as Peach Boy. Momotarō is also the title of various books, films, and other works that portray the tale of this hero.
According to the present form of the tale (dating to the Edo Period), Momotarō came to Earth inside a giant peach, which was found floating down a river by an old, childless woman who was washing clothes there. The woman and her husband discovered the child when they tried to open the peach to eat it. The child explained that he had been sent by Heaven to be their son. The couple named him Momotarō, from momo (peach) and tarō (eldest son in the family).