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Ancient map
Ancient printing
Bamboo ware

Bell
Calligraphy
Ceramic ware

Colorful papercraft
Culture of grass and straw
Dancheong (Colors)

Dwarfed tree
Embroidery
Fan

Farming tools
Hanbok (Traditional cloth)
Hanji (Korean paper)

Hanok (Korean-style house)
Jangseung (Totem pole)
Jeon-gak (Seal engraving)

Kite
Knot
Munbangsau (Traditional Stationary)

Musical instrument
Onggi (Pottery)
Paintings

Papercraft
Soban (Small dining table)
Sotdae (A pole signifying prayer for good harvest)

Statue of Buddha
Suseok (The collection of stones / Suiseki)
Tal (Mask)

Tou (Clay doll)
Tower
Yugi (Brassware)
Korean Cultural Heritage






Korean cultural heritage offers us a means to discover and comprehend the wisdom and lifestyle of Korean ancestors. Many people have a preconceived idea that Korean cultural heritage is rustic and old fashioned.

However, when examined, it appears that it reveals the wisdom and thoughts of people from long ago. Therefore, its important to preserve this cultural background, particularly as the culture of Korea has changed so dramatically over the years.


 
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