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2009 Photo Diary

Han-geul

Hansik

Hanbok

Hanok

Hanji

Han-guk Eumak

About KoreanStyles
The 2009 Photo Diary published by the Korean Culture and Information Service presents a kaleidoscope of cultural scenes and lifestyles of modern-day Korean people. The six thematic categories introduced here are Han-geul, the unique alphabet for the Korean language; Hansik, the nation’s diverse array of healthy foods; Hanbok, the graceful clothing tradition; Hanok, the wide-open, practical structure of traditional Korean houses; Hanji, the multi-purpose traditional paper; as well as Han-guk Eumak, Korean music of various genres. We hope you can relate to the unique but universally appealing KoreanStyles that are presented here.

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Han-geul

Han-geul : the Korean Language
Han-geul, the unique Korean alphabet, was created under the direction of Joseon’s fourth monarch, King Sejong the Great, in the 15th century. The project was meant to help commoners, who, unlike the nobility, could not read classical Chinese. In 1997, UNESCO recognized the Korean alphabet as part of the “world documentary heritage,” a testimony to its excellence. Each September, UNESCO also presents the Sejong Literacy Prize to persons who have distinguished themselves in the effort to eradicate illiteracy. Moreover, garments decorated with han-geul-inspired prints were enthusiastically acclaimed for their originality at a Paris fashion show in 2006. The scientific principles underlying the han-geul system have been applied to mobile phone software in Korea. No wonder the Republic has emerged as a major IT trendsetter globally. The value of this alphabet continues to grow as many non-Koreans begin to learn the Korean language and the script that symbolizes a love of nature and fellow human beings.

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King Sejong (left) and the Korean alphabet (right). The fourth monarch of Korea’s Joseon Kingdom presided over a project to create a phonetic alphabet to suit the Korean language. The project was completed in 1443 and the alphabet was officially promulgated in 1446.

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안녕하세요? [annyeonghaseyo] / How are you?

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Foreign scholars (right) examine Korean woodblock printing techniques from the Goryeo period (13th century). The Tripitaka Koreana is the world’s oldest intact version of the Buddhist canon in Chinese script and is housed at Haeinsa temple, in Gyeongsangnam-do province.

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만나서 반가워요. [mannaseo ban-gawoyo] / Good to see you.

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Movable type for Korean letters. The type, made by pouring molten iron into moulds, is used to print texts in Han-geul.

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처음 뵙겠어요. [cheo-eum boepgesseoyo] / Nice to meet you.

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Han-geul calligraphy brushwork (left) and brushes (right). Various calligraphic styles have been developed for the Korean alphabet in recent years.

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안녕히 가세요. [annyeonghigaseyo] / Goodbye.

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Work by fashion designer Lie Sang Bong. Engraved in han-geul on the backside of this mobile phone is “The Night I Count the Stars,” a poem by Yoon Dong-ju.

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January 26 Seollal : Lunar New Year’s Day

예, 있어요. [ye, isseoyo] / Yes, there is.

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Lie Sang Bong introduced “Han-geul fashion” in his 2007 Spring/Summer Collection (left) and 2007 La Vita Lie Sang-bong exhibit (center, right).

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아니오, 없어요. [aniyo, eopseoyo] / No, there isn’t.

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Ceramic-ware with poetry in han-geul is displayed at the HanStyle Expo in Seoul. The geometrical beauty of the Korean letters is expressed as a design element.
*A photo courtesy of Phil Muk.

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감사합니다. [gamsahamnida] / Thank you.

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Han-geul adds a traditional Korean look to handicrafts. The Korean alphabet can be found gracing accessories, fashionable consumables and various sundries.
*Place: Choi Sunu House *Photos courtesy of Naju Foundation of Natural Dyeing Culture (left) and Daegu Gyeongbuk Textile Industries Association (right).

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천만에요. [cheonmaneyo] / You’re welcome.

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People participate in a han-geul stamping event (left) during the HanStyle Expo. The lyrics of the Korean National Anthem appear as typographic art (right).
*Photos courtesy of 601 Bisang.

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실례합니다. [sillyehamnida] / Excuse me.

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The National Han-geul Essay Contest for Foreigners is part of the Han-geul Day program (left), and foreign visitors to Korea practice their han-geul calligraphy skills (right).

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미안합니다. [mianhamnida] / l’m sorry.

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Hansik : Korean Food
Traditionally, the Korean diet mainly consisted of rice, vegetables and fish, although Koreans consume much meat today. The number of nutritious side dishes served at a typical Korean meal is mind-boggling. Most important among them is Kimchi, made from pickled cabbages, radishes or other vegetables. Koreans also ferment soybeans to make various sauces. In 2006, a U.S. health magazine named kimchi as one of the five most healthful foods in the world today. Modern medicine has proved the efficacy of fermented foods in controlling certain types of cancer. “Slow food” and “slow life” is now “in,” while fast food is “out.” In this health-conscious age, the traditional Korean diet offers a wholesome alternative.

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Korean royal cuisine. These dishes were traditionally reserved for the king and his immediate family members. Only the very best ingredients were used, and the dishes were prepared with the utmost of care.

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March 1 Independence Movement Day

도와주세요. [dowajuseyo] / I need your help.

The main ingredients of this salad are root vegetables such as radishes (left) and taro (right). These healthy food choices have been an important part of the Korean diet since antiquity.

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*Photos taken by Lim Jun-bin.

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여보세요? [yeoboseyo] / Hello?

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Kimchi, the most famous part of Korean food, offers a rich variety of flavors and looks, depending on the ingredients and preparation methods employed.
*Photos taken by Choi Min-ho.

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수미 씨 있어요? [sumi ssi isseoyo] / Is Sumi there?

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Traditional preparation of Korean condiments. Soybeans are boiled (left), pulverized in a mortar (center), and left to ferment. Finished soybean paste, soy sauce and red bean paste (right).
*Photos taken by Lee Dong-chun.

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어떻게 지내셨어요? [eotteoke jinaesyeosseoyo] / How have you been?

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“Five-grain meal.” This mixture of glutinous rice, millet, red beans, sorghum and large beans has been traditionally served on the first full moon of the lunar year.
*Photos taken by Jeon Jae-ho.

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연락을 기다리겠습니다. [yeollageul gidarigesseumnida] / I will be waiting for your reply.

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Steamed rice cakes in five colors (left), oak mushrooms (center), and steamed rice with lotus leaf and lotus petal tea (right). In Korea, certain fine dishes are served on seasonably celebrated days, while others are reserved for special occasions for individual families.
*Photos taken by Lee Dong-chun.

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어느 계절을 좋아해요? [eoneu gyejeoreul joahaeyo] / Which season do you like?

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Steamed rice with dried persimmon and citron (left) and nine-sectioned dish with red ginseng (right). Diverse ingredients are used in Korean cooking, which employs numerous methods to blend flavors and balance nutrition.
*A photo taken by Jeon Jae-ho.

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오늘은 날씨가 흐리군요. [oneureun nalssiga heurigunyo] / It is cloudy today.

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Vegetables and beef on top of rice (left) and pickled pine sprouts (right). Koreans developed numerous pickling and salting methods to preserve their food.
*A photo taken by Lee Dong-chun.

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오늘은 금요일이에요. [oneureun geumyoirieyo] / Today is Friday.

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Kim Kyu-seok is a master carver of wooden patterns used to impress designs into rice cakes. He works at the Moksan Handicrafts Center, in Damyang, South Jeollanam-do Province.

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제 생일은 5월 23일이에요. [je saengireun owol isipsamirieyo] / My birthday is on May 23rd.

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Han Bok-ryeo has researched Korean royal cuisine and is now a chef designated as Important Intangible Cultural Property No. 38. In this position, she contributes to the ongoing development of traditional Korean cuisine.

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어느 나라 사람이에요? [eoneu nara saramieyo] / Which country are you from?

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Non-Koreans try their hand at kimchi-making. The spicy pickled vegetables that give Korean food its distinctive flavors are now popular among people the world over.

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직업은 무엇입니까? [jigeobeun mueosimnika] / What do you do?

Hanbok

Hanbok : Korean Clothing
The basic traditional Korean garments include the baji (trousers) and jeogori (jacket) for men and chima (wrap-around long skirt) and jeogori (bolero-type jacket) for women. Outerwear includes the jokki (vest), magoja (women’s long coat), and durumagi (long overcoat). The traditional Korean dress is characterized by a combination of straight and curved lines. The collars and sleeves of the upper garments present smoothly flowing curves. The women’s long skirt is pleated all around, adding to its comfortable, voluminous look. Another impressive feature of hanbok is the rich colors-yellow, blue, white, red and black. Since the latter half of the 20th century, a functional hanbok incorporating features of Western dresses has become available for greater comfort. However, most Koreans today normally wear Western-style clothes, whereas the hanbok is usually reserved for holidays and traditional weddings.

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The creations of fashion designer Lee Young-hee. Her works bring out the full beauty of traditional Korean dress, while she reinterprets applications for these flowing garments.
*Photos taken by Kim Jung-man.

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May 2 Buddha’s Birthday

이름이 무엇입니까? [ireumi mueosimnikka] / What’s your name?

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Fabrics for hanbok garments. Natural dyes are used in the traditional fabrics, bringing out a pure and genuine appearance.

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May 5 Children’s Day

...이 어디 있어요? [...i eodi isseoyo] / Where is...?

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Weaving Korean-style ramie fabric (left), a ramie loom (center), and modern ramie garments with their exquisite designs (right).
*Photos taken by Kang Kyung-chan.

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덕수궁 가는 길을 가르쳐 주세요. [deoksugung ganeun gireul gareucheo juseyo] / How do l get to Deoksugung Palace?

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Golmu used when doing traditional Korean needlework. These thimbles fit on the tips of the fingers to protect the user from needle punctures.

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화장실이 어디 있어요? [hwajangsiri eodi isseoyo] / Where’s the restroom?

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Ornamental knots worn with women’s hanbok. The norigae are hung on the jacket or waist of the skirt to add beauty and style.
*A photo courtesy of the Association for Promoting Homemakers Traditions

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약국 오른쪽에 있어요. [yakguk oreunjjoge isseoyo] / It’s on the right side of the drugstore.

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Infant’s winter jacket (left) and re-creation of a quilted long hood worn by Princess Deok-on(center). These creations are the work of quilt master Kim Hae-ja, Important Intangible Cultural Property No. 107.
*Photos taken by Jeon Jae-ho.

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June 6 Memorial Day

이것은 무엇입니까? [igeoseun mueosimnikka] / What is this?

Hanbok
Kim Jung-hwa is an expert in traditional dyeing techniques. She works as a counselor at the Agricultural Technology Center in Yeongcheon, Gyeongsangbuk-do province. Here she is working with natural dye.

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이것은 한국어로 무엇입니까? [igeoseun hangugeoro mueosimnikka] / What is this in Korean?

Hanbok
Infant's blouse that retains the traditional hanbok look (left) and naturally-dyed garments that present the beauty of classical colors (right).
*Place: Choi Sunu House *Photos courtesy of Weihee (left), Naju Foundation of Natural Dyeing Culture (right).

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...으로 가주세요. [...euro gajuseyo] / Please take me to...

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“Functional hanbok” has been reborn with a modern touch. The garments are designed for practicality, a major concern today.
*Place: Choi Sunu House *Photos courtesy of Han Wave Co.Ltd.

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이태원은 어떻게 가요? [itaewoneun eotteoke gayo] / How do I get to Itaewon?

Hanbok
The diversity of traditional hanbok and accessories. The style and ornamentation of the hanbok may differ according to the status of the wearer as well as the occasion for which it is worn.
*Photos courtesy of Lee Young-hee Hanbok. *Photos taken by Kim Jung-man / Park Gi-ho

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지하철을 타세요. [jihacheoreul taseyo] / Take the subway.

Hanok

Hanok : Korean House
The most prominent characteristics of Korean houses is the ondolbang, bedrooms with heated floors. The heat comes from the kitchen fire and smoke that passes through the stone and clay flues under the floor and goes out the chimney on the other side. The kitchen fire doubles as a cooking oven heating the pan placed above it. Another important feature is the daecheong, the open wooden floor between rooms or in front of the rooms. The daecheong is not heated and used as a place to relax during warm weather. Houses with roof tiles are called giwajip, and thatched-roof houses are called chogajip. Most of Korea’s traditional houses have been replaced by high-rise apartments in recent decades, although some clusters of traditional houses are preserved. However, even in the high-rise apartments, Koreans remain interested in geomancy and want their home to be as nature-friendly as possible.

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Gyeongbok Palace in downtown Seoul. This is the most important of the Joseon-era palatial compounds. The architectural beauty is striking.

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어디서 택시를 탈 수 있을까요? [eodiseo taeksireul talsu isseulkkayo] / Where can I get a taxi?

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The hanok-style home of Im Jin-su, in Anseong, Gyeonggi-do province. He purchased three traditional houses in Seoul’s Insa-dong district and used the materials to build this singular structure.

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...까지 시간이 얼마나 걸립니까? [...kkaji sigani eolmana geollimnikka] / How long does it take to get to...?

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Bukchon (North Village) in Seoul’s Gahoe-dong district. This area has the largest concentration of traditional Korean homes remaining in the capital, and many different variations on the hanok theme can be seen.

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July 17 Constitution Day

이 버스 ... 갑니까? [i beoseu...gamnikka] / Does this bus go to...?

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The tiled roof of a hanok. The broad concave tiles and rounded convex tiles are arranged in alternating layers to provide a distinctive pattern.

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여기서 세워주세요. [yeogiseo sewojuseyo] / Let me off here.

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The Jungmun Tourism Complex in Seoguipo on Jeju Island (left), Korea Folk Village near the city of Yong-in, in Gyeonggi-do province (center), and Hahoe Village in Andong, Gyeongsangbuk-do province (right).

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저는 내일 여행 갈 거예요. [jeoneun naeil yeohaeng gal geoyeyo] / I am going to go on a trip tomorrow.

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Traditional wooden furniture to match traditional homes. The original colors and grain of the wood are preserved, while the joints are adorned with unique metal ornaments.

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좋은 여행 되세요. [joeun yeohaeng doeseyo] / Have a nice trip.

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Master carpenter Choi Ki-young has been designated Important Intangible Cultural Property No. 74. His job is to restore wooden structures on palace and temple compounds.

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그것은 얼마입니까? [geugeoseun eolmaimnikka] / How much is it?

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Hansaem Design Center in Seoul’s Wonseo-dong district. The administrative building was constructed with materials from several hanok, and glass windows were added.

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August 15 Liberation Day

모두 이천팔백 원입니다. [modu icheonpalbaek wonimnida] / Altogether, it’s 2,800 won.

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The Ragung in Sinpyeong-dong, Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do province is Korea’s first hanok hotel. The exterior offers the beauty of traditional Korean architecture, while the interior is all modern facilities.
*Photos courtesy of Ragung (Shilla Millennium Park).

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운동화를 사려고 해요. [undonghwareul saryeogo haeyo] / I’d like to buy some sneakers.

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The Sangam World Cup Stadium in Seongsan-dong, western Seoul. It was built for the 2002 FIFA World Cup cohosted by Korea and Japan. The roof of the football ground was designed to resemble a shield-shaped kite, while the sides of the structure are patterned after a traditional wooden vessel.
*Photos courtesy of Ryu Choon-soo (Beyond Space∙Group)

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사이즈는 어떻게 되요? [saijeuneun eotteoke doeyo] / What is your size?

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Foreign visitors take in the sights at Hanok Village in Samcheong-dong, Seoul (left) and Gyeongbok Palace in downtown Seoul (right).

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이것을 주세요. [igeoseul juseyo] / I’ll take this.

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Hanji : Korean Paper
Koreans traditionally made paper from the inner layer of bark from the paper mulberry tree. The fiber is boiled and bleached in lye until it is very soft and mushy. Then it is pressed very thin and dried in the sun. The sturdy traditional paper was the centerpiece of ancient Korean culture, as it constituted the single most important medium of literature and painting. Its extensive use is evidenced by the old fans, kites, lanterns and numerous other things made of high quality indigenous Korean paper. Today the traditional paper is dyed in beautiful colors and widely used in handicrafts and other artwork as well as for wrapping gifts.

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Cabinet decorated with hanji featuring a pressed floral pattern. The pattern is created by pressing dried leaves, flowers or grass collected from nature.

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신용카드 받습니까? [sinyong kadeu basseumnikka] / Do you take credit cards?

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Hanji comes in a variety of colors and textures (right), and can be twisted into twine (left). Thin and highly durable Korean paper is made from the bark of the mulberry paper tree.

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돈을 찾으려고 하는데요. [doneul chajeuryeogo haneundeyo] / I’d like to withdraw some money.

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A hanji craftsman. The bark of the paper mulberry is placed in a solution of water and lye. Next, it is beaten to soften and separate the fibers, which are dissolved in water. Glue is added, and the mixture is caught on a fine rectangular bamboo screen.

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입어볼 수 있나요? [ibeobol su innayo] / Can I try it on?

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Noh Yu-sang (left) has been designated Intangible Cultural Property No. 4 for his role in preserving traditional kites and kite flying. The shield-shaped kite (right) and a monster face kite (center) that was believed to ward off malevolent forces.
*Photos taken by Choi Min-ho.

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어서 오세요. [eoseo oseyo] / Welcome.

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Lamps covered with hanji. The mulberry paper is thin enough to let light through, making it suitable for use in various handicrafts such as lamps.
*A photo courtesy of Jonginamoo.

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메뉴 좀 보여주세요. [menyu jom boyeojuseyo] / May I look at the menu, please?

Hanji
A reading desk used by scholars of old (left) and a tea serving table (right). Both are made of the durable and versatile hanji.
*Photos courtesy of the Traditional Korean Handicrafts Association.

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October 3 National Foundation Day / Chuseok : Korean Thanksgiving Day

무엇을 드시겠습니까? [mueoseul deusigesseumnikka] / What would you like to have?

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Artworks made of hanji. Traditional Korean paper is used to craft a flower vase and paper flowers that appear to be right out of an Asian painting.

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이집에서 잘하는 음식이 무엇이죠? [i jibeseo jalhaneun eumsigi mueosijyo] / What’s the specialty of the house?

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Hanji light shades. Pieces of mulberry paper in various colors and textures are put together to create a patchwork effect.
*A photo courtesy of Jonginamoo.

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불고기 주세요. [bulgogi juseyo] / l would like to have bulgogi.

Hanji
Hanji doll (left) and small box (right). Mulberry paper that has first been cut into small pieces and soaked is mixed with glue to achieve a doughy consistency. This material can then be shaped into various art objects.
*Place: Choi Sunu House *Photos courtesy of Korea Dakjongi Doll Association (left) and the Traditional Korea Paper Artists Association (right).

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잠시만 기다리세요. [jamsiman gidariseyo] / Wait a moment.

Hanji
The many faces of hanji. Mulberry paper, with its traditional appeal, can take on modern looks and transformed into a material for wrapping or other decorative purposes.
*Photos courtesy of Jonginamoo.

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이것 조금 더 주세요. [igeot jogeum deo juseyo] / Could you bring me some more of this?

Han-guk Eumak

Han-guk Eumak : Korean Music
Korean music can be broadly divided into the traditional and modern styles, the latter having been developed during the last century. Traditional music comes in instrumental, vocal and ritual forms. Sujecheon was the most famous instrumental music played in the royal court, and jereak is a traditional vocal and instrumental music performed at ceremonies to royal ancestral spirits. Vocal music developed more widely among the common people in the form of folk songs and pansori, the long one-person opera. Modern Korean music includes classical music of Western origin and many types of popular songs.

Han-guk Eumak
Traditional music and dance performance. The repertoire of traditional traveling performance troupes is called pungmul. They dance while playing the small gong, large gong, hourglass drum and barrel drum. The small gong is likened to thunder; the large gong, to the wind; the hourglass drum, to rain, and the barrel drum, to clouds.

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너무 맵지 않게 해주세요. [neomu maepji anke haejuseyo] / Don't make it too spicy.

Han-guk Eumak
Performance of a modified gayageum (Korean-style zither). The modified version has an enlarged resonator chamber and more strings than the traditional gayageum, which has 12 strings.

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저것과 같은 것으로 주세요. [jeogeotgwa gateun geoseuro juseyo] / I’ll have that.(pointing to something)

Han-guk Eumak
“National,” or traditional music (gugak) performers wear the scholar’s costume. They play a wide range of instruments, including the double-reed oboe (piri), large transverse bamboo flute with buzzing membrane (daegeum), barrel drum (buk), large gong (jing), hourglass drum (jang-gu), and small gong (ggaeng-gwari).

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포장 좀 해주세요. [pojang jom haejuseyo] / Wrap it up, please.

Han-guk Eumak
The two-string fiddle (left) and 12-string zither (right). The two-string fiddle, or haegeum, is played with a bow, while the 12-string zither (gayageum) is plucked with the fingers.
*Photos courtesy of Dongjae Institute for the Development of Korean Traditional Music

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빈 방 있어요? [bin bang isseoyo] / Do you have any rooms?

Han-guk Eumak
Kim Duk Soo, a gugak performer. He created the samullori style of traditional percussion music, consisting of a small gong, hourglass drum, barrel drum and large gong, delighting audiences around the world.

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방 청소 좀 해주세요. [bang cheongso jom haejuseyo] / Could you clean my room, please?

Han-guk Eumak
A performance by Seoul National Music Orchestra. The Orchestra is famous for reinterpreting classical ensembles to provide a modern feel.

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하루 더 묵고 싶습니다. [haru deo mukgo sipseumnida] / l would like to stay one more night.

Han-guk Eumak
Ko Heung-gon (left), a maker of traditional Korean stringed instruments, was designated Important Intangible Cultural Property No. 42 by the Cultural Heritage Administration. Kim Hwan-joong (right) makes traditional bamboo flutes and was named Intangible Cultural Property No. 2 by the City of Incheon.

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아침 6시에 깨워주세요. [achim yeoseossie kkaewojuseyo] / Could you give me a wake-up call at 6 am?

Han-guk Eumak
Performance by Korean “B-Boys.” These professional break-dancers thrill audiences with their moves to a stirring beat.

Rain(L), J.Y.Park(R)

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이것 환불 좀 받고 싶습니다. [igeot hwanbul jom batgo sipseumnida] / I'd like to get a refund.

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Violinist Sarah Chang recorded her first album at the tender age of nine. By fifteen she had collaborated with all three of the world’s top orchestras.

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수신자 부담을 하고 싶습니다. [susinja budameul hago sipseumnida] / I'd like to make a collect call.

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Conductor Myung-Whun Chung (left) and Soprano Sumi Jo(right) are among Korea’s most prominent classical musicians.

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말씀 좀 전해주세요. [malsseum jom jeonhaejuseyo] / Please, pass on my message.

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The percussion and mime theater group Nanta made its debut in 1997 and continues to draw sellout audiences around the world.

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정보 안내 센터는 어디인가요? [jeongbo annesentaneun eodiingaoyo] / Where is the information center?

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