You'll experience Korean natural dye, Korea's Intangible Cultural Asset No.115. First, your master will explain natural dyeing, and then you will practice it. Create your own work of natural dyeing on a 70 cm (wide) x 70 cm (length) scarf made of tencel fabric.
Don't worry if you don't have any experience. Your master help you make it look good.
Following in the footsteps of his grandmother and father, SungHa Hong of Haneulmulbit has continued his family's traditional dyeing legacy for three generations. As a natural dye researcher, he runs a studio, one of the representative studios in Bukchon and has held various exhibitions.
You can capture Korean natural colors of clean sky blue and light green in your works.
- 10 min: Intro of masters
- 10 min: What is natural dye and plant dye
- 30 min: Outlining patterns before dyeing
- 40 min: Dyeing pratices, laundry techniques
Materials for program.
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Address : 48 Bukchon-ro 15-gil Jongno-gu Seoul
*Nearby Tourist Attraction Recommending Bukchon (Anguk, Seoul Subway Line 3)
Time leaping in history Bukchon was once a residential area for aristocrats and bureaucrats during the Joseon Dynasty. It is an area so-called called "historic sites in the city" where there are a number of historical and cultural assets, and artists' studios. It is good to walk wherever you can because there are many pretty cafes and shops in every alley. There are many historical sites, such as Gyeongbok Palace and Changdeok Palace and places to must-visit including the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art and Insadong. You must be aware of Insadong, right?