2014 Seoul Hanji Cultural Festival
[Mayor Park Won Soon’s Hope Journal 543]
Check out the transformation of hanji, or traditional Korean paper, with your own eyes.
From the 9th to the 11th, festival events will be held at Seoul Plaza and Seoul City Hall. Over 300 teams, including hanji artisans, as well as related businesses and associations will be participate in the festival and exhibit hanji related products, hanji arts and crafts, and hanji sculptures.
There is the backseat that Hyundai Dymos Inc, an affiliate of Hyundai Motor Group, used for Genesis, and there are baby clothes dyed with natural colors produced with herbs. NONGDI Boobi, an eco-friendly brand, will showcase sappan wood baby clothes that have anti-inflammatory, sterilization, and deodorizing effects; barberry root baby clothes that have an anti-inflammatory effect by relieving swellings and fever; and Chinese indigo baby clothes that help relieve swellings and fever.
Aside from those mentioned above, companies that produce diverse items, such as a hanji stone bed, hanji foil, and sofa made with hanji textiles will be at the Seoul Hanji Cultural Festival. Moreover, there will also be a booth dedicated to the introduction of various hanji materials, including traditional hanji and hanji textiles.
Come! I promise you’ll have a great time.