[*Only available here] Traditional accessory making with needlework
What you'll do
A slowly-making story
This needlework was a must-have item for ancestors in S. Korea, as it was believed to protect from bad lucks if they were carried on or kept it close to them. In addition to attaching it to your bag or body, hanging it in your house, in your car, or in your office can be a great interior ornament.
Make your own Korean accessories and wish you luck.
*This service is only available here at Mycultureis.
HanJu Kim of Yeonijae is proud of developing Korean traditional culture. He is trying to incorporate both a deep understanding of traditional arts and Buddhist culture into his works.
Your master invites you to the place where you can feel your heart fluttering with the joy of the first stitch.
- 20 min: Introduction
- 130 min: Making an amulet
- 30 min: Closing & Photoshoot time
Materials for program.
Beverages including teas, water bottles, and refreshness.
Things to keep in mind
No parking lots. Please use public parking areas.
Children under 13 are only permitted to observe the program.
Cancellation / Refund Policy
- Cancellation 2 days prior to the selected date: No refund
- Cancellation 3 days prior to the selected date: 100% refund
Address : 18-7 Dongsomun-ro 26-gil Seongbuk-gu Seoul
*Nearby Tourist Attraction Recommending Daehak-ro (Hyehwa, Seoul Subway Line 4)
A street of youth dating from 1398 As Daehak-ro ('Daehak' means 'universities;, and 'ro' means 'streets') is named because nine universities, including Seoul Univ., are all located in the area, you can feel the vitality of youth. As the mecca of the Korean theater industry, most of the famous Korean actors and actresses make their debut based on the experiences in acting here. You may see an actor just passing by you on the street at the Academy Awards a few years later. Who knows?