The term "folklore" was first coined by William J. Thoms in 1846. The term folklore is generally used to refer to the traditional beliefs, myths, tales, and practices of a people which have beem disseminated in an informal manner -- usually via word of mouth. The term folklore may also be used to define the comparative study of folk knowledge and culture. All over the world there are extraordinary stories - stories that once upon a time were believed but now they seem like fairy tales.
Once upon a time, a king was hit by a storm. He met a poor man who was a charcoal-burner. A poor man led the king to his house. The man gave to a king food and gave him the best place to have a rest. Next morning the weather was much better, the king offered to a poor man money for his hospitality, but the man refused him and didn’t take his money… What happened next? Read the story to know!