Minwah, Korean folk art, with various subject matters, bold composition, and vivid colors
Minhwa, Korean folk art, was once produced mostly by itinerant or unknown artists without formal training to decorate everyday life in the Joseon Dynasty. It is characterized by the vivid coloring of flowers, animals, or ornaments that represent health, happiness, and fortune.
With our artists, you can learn traditional Korean drawing and coloring techniques using traditional Hanji (Korean mulberry paper) and the oriental art materials.
JiEun Kim is an artist who majored in Oriental Painting. She used to work as an instructor at universities, and now she teaches Korean traditional folklore, Minwah, at All About Art Studio. She will help you complete your wonderful works using oriental techniques with oriental materials and topics.
- 10 min: Intro of Minhwa
- 20 min: Selecting a Minhwa and sketching
- 140 min: Coloring
- 10 min: Signature on your work and photoshoot time
Drawing boards, paints and painting supplies included
Things to keep in mind
Please use public parking areas near the studio.
Cancellation / Refund Policy
- Cancellation 2 days prior to the selected date: No refund
- Cancellation 3 days prior to the selected date: 100% refund
Address : #302, 101 Dongkyo-ro 51-gil Mapo-gu Seoul
*Nearby Tourist Attraction Recommending Yeonnam-dong (Hongik Univ., Seoul Subway Line 2, Exit 3)
Healing in the City The charm of this place is the diverse atmosphere that arts and commerce create along the Gyeongui Line Forest Road, a successful case of urban regeneration parks. The unique shops are so dense in small alleys that people cannot reach by car; however, they lead the trend in Seoul. If you want to find real gourmet restaurants to eat, it is one of the must-visit places.