The workshop sponsored by National Intangible Heritage Center is an educational program to develop and promote the craft products by combining traditional technology and contemporary use. In 2016, diverse products reinterpreted various Korean packaging culture are planned and produced under the title of “Courtesy and dignity”. The exhibition was set to stand out use of craft in the scene of Hanok.
「 Gyeok Rye 格. 禮 : Dignity of Object, Coutesy of person 」
The Capacity Enhancement Workshop, organized by the National Institute of Intangible Heritage, is an educational program to study, develop and utilize the future of craft product by combining traditional and contemporary craft skills. Subjects were So-Mok, Ja-Su, Gak-Ja, Dan-Cheong.
The 2016 National Intangible Heritage Center Capacity Enhancement Workshop has organized an exhibition that presents the dignity of Korean packaging culture under the theme of “Courtesy and dignity”
At Yeol Bukjonga Hanok, where decorated by bamboo. Presented the results of the 2016 National Institute of Intangible Heritage's capacity building workshop. This program designed to promote the use of crafts in the landscape of hanok. National intangible cultural assets in various fields such as So-Mok, Ja-soo, Chimseon presented the crafts that show the very valuable dignity and courtesy of Korean packing culture.
Cham Juk Ham
Chanjukham is a versatile compound made from elaborate structure of oak trees. When interlock the each part, it fits together as if it were a one object. The joint was minimized to simplify the process. The delicate form of Chanjukham functions as an object that can enjoy the skills of the past in everyday life.
Nakdong case is light because it's made of odong wood. So it can be placed on a desk or carried with. Various sizes of Nakdong cases are loaded together and can save space. It can be used in the form of a separate box by putting a small cases in a large one. When not in use, you can store it in small sizes, one after the other in a large case.
The tops and legs of the traditional Korean table come in various forms. Of these, 12-sided table is easy to use in everyday life and the form is familiar to us. The 12-sided storage box is a multi-purpose box made of pine trees. The height of the box higher than the knee is suitable for use as a small plate.
This “Gong-Po ham” is a multi-functional storage box that is designed to show fundamental characteristics of “Gong-Po” in most effective way and those fundamental elements of “Gong-Po” that is appearing on the box of “Gong-Po Ham” shares sufficient enough beauty with us. It also open to all directions, making user to store and use various stuff easily, and adding rich atmosphere of the Hanok to us when it used as an objet.
Five cardinal colors are Korean traditional colors that is symbolizing the principle of order and universe. This necklace is made of five cardinal colors of blue, red, yellow, white and black colored silk thread using traditional knotting skill. It shares the harmony of variety and balance with us. Length of necklace is adjustable by knot at the end of necklace.
The fine shape of Hanbok contains the hearts of the ancestors who lived a well-refined and well-rounded life. Fleats bag is a simple application of traditional weaving techniques used to build hanbok, and the subtle silk and delicate wrinkles are fabulous.
“Gat” was one of the must-have robes of men of the Choson Dynasty before going out. it was originally very practical cap to block the sun, rain, and wind, but became a mark of social class later. We made a modern reinterpretation of Gat. A bag with a slightly visible inside and a strap reminiscent of a Gat strap gives you a scent of the past.
Bok Jumeoni is a pocket of blessings. It used with a pocketless hanbok. It used to wish a blessing by giving presents, usually on first day of year or special occasions. It is a red and blue pocket bag with a string. Red and blue have been used a lot in Korea since the past. We use color to express the beauty of Korean tradition.
Barae Bo & Saseon Bo
We embroidered camellias and plum blossoms in a pocket that resembles the barae of a hanbok. The camellia and the plum are the flowers we are familiar with and are very beautiful. Camellias and plum blossoms, which are embroidered with the life of our ancestors, stand out from the white fabric. A modern reinterpretation of the beauty of tradition allowed the beauty of the past to continue to the present.
The Saseon Bo is a simple pocket which is folded down four corners of the cloth with button. It is light and strong by adding close-knit quilts to a square of cloth. It is also flat and easy to store. It can be used for various purposes. The knot made of multi-color thread adds a Korean touch of beauty.
Organizer : National Intangible Heritage Center
Place sponsorship by : YÉOL
Artisan : Park Hyungeon, Park Hyungmin, Song Youngdo, Ryu Jinkyung, Yun Jongsook, Ahn Hyeseon, Kwak Keumwon, Kim Daesung