Korean dragon (Yong) from Korean folklore.
comparing oriental dragons, the first place to look is the feet.
Korean dragons usually have four toes or claws on each foot, as
compared with Chinese dragons that have five toes and Japanese dragons
that have three. Dragons in Korean mythology are mostly viewed as
benevolent beings related to water, often considered bringers of
rain and clouds. Politically, the dragon represents the Emperior,
who himself was associated with rain and agriculture.