In case you were curious about my Buddhist corner, here are translations of two of the short ones.
Sound: (Big letters:) Chimmuk. (Right to left, top to bottom): Chimmuk-eun in-gani jagi jashini doeneun girida. Uriga mu-eo-shi doegi wihaeseoneun ddangsok-eseo sang-neun ssiaseui chimmukeul baeweoya handa.
Word for word translation: (Big letters:) Silence. (Right to left, top to bottom): Silence[topic] human[subject] self[subject] becoming way is. We[subject] what[subject] become in-order-to ground-inside-at growing seed's silence[object] learn must.
Putting it naturally: Silence. Silence is the path by which a human becomes himself. In order to become anything at all, we must learn the silence of the seed growing underground.
And the middle one:
Chinese characters: 無 (Mu, None) 言 (Eon, Words) 道 (Do, Tao/Road) 心 (Sim, heart) 長 (Jang, long).
Meaning: Only if you sit quietly and without words will your heart come to understand the Tao.
Ponder that while I go have some cool bean noodles.