Jeonju Hanji Culture Festival

Hanji is a traditional Korean paper. It has so many uses! πŸ˜€ The best place to see the wide range of uses for Hanji is at the Jeonju Hanji Culture Festival. Here in the museum, you’ll see a lot of creative crafts made of Hanji paper. You’ll see cupboards covered with Hanji paper, tables, dolls, paintings, lamps with intricate cutouts on the glass and lid, interesting shapes, and work of art. λŒ€λ°•! ;))

ImageCan you believe these are actually made of paper?? I wonder how they do it..? hmmmm…

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ImageSee the effort they put into it.:)Β Image

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ImageEven this one has a detailed texture on it.:)Image

ImageThey don’t even look like they’re made out of paper.

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I’ve always loved Little Prince.:) Seeing some acts from the book in these creative pieces was actually surreal, like I was seeing what’s actually inside the imaginative book. πŸ˜›

ImageThey actually passed out already. Bet, I won.:) Drinking is part of Korean culture. This shows it.;p

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ImageThey seem so real.:)Image

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I would want to have this in my bedroom.:)

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I’ve always wanted to try calligraphy. Maybe I should take calligraphy lessons.:)

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It was quite a long and tiring day of walking around Hanok Village. But, it was really worth going here since festivals do happen only once in a year. You guys should visit this place if you want to be mesmerized by the creative artworks of Korean people.:)

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