Sunday, October 14, 2012

Hanji Craft Classes, Seoul ......

imageHanji Craft Class, Fri 19th Oct 2012
Itaewon, Seoul
DESCRIPTION: 
Participants will make two multipurpose round-shaped boxes (10cmX12cm and 10cmX9cm)  using Korean traditional paper which is called hanji. Hanji is paper that is made from all natural ingredients and has been used in Korea for centuries. In the past it was used to make books and to cover windows and doors to keep out the wind. The paper is so durable that layered Hanji was even used as armor that could stop arrows. These boxes can be used to keep your accessories or small stuff on your dressing table or for keeping tea bags or candles in your kitchen. Also they make great gifts for friends or family back home as well.
REGISTRATION: 
in person at the Itaewon Global Village Center.

DIRECTIONS: 
Come out of exit #2 of Itaewon Station (Line#6, Stop 630), walk straight 200m, and look for the Hannam Building which has a 7-Eleven convenience store on the first floor. The center is on the 5th floor of that building.

INFO
itaewon@sba.seoul.kr  or 02-2199-8884
Please visit: http://global.seoul.go.kr/itaewon/

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