Doorways in Buk-chon, Seoul

Doorways in Buk-chon, Seoul

Korean Traditional Roof

Korean Traditional Roof

Cake toppers

Cake toppers

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Jar with Dragon and Clouds  18th century  Korean  Joseon Dynasty  Wheel-thrown porcelain with blue painted decoration under clear glaze

Jar with Dragon and Clouds 18th century Korean Joseon Dynasty Wheel-thrown porcelain with blue painted decoration under clear glaze

Korean Masks, Insadong Arts and Crafts distirict, Seoul

Korean Masks, Insadong Arts and Crafts distirict, Seoul

Doljabi ideas

Doljabi ideas

Dancheong refers to Korean traditional decorative coloring on wooden buildings and artifacts for the purpose of style. It literally means "cinnabar and blue-green" in Korean. It is based on five basic colors; blue (east), white (west), red (south), black (north), and yellow (center).

Dancheong refers to Korean traditional decorative coloring on wooden buildings and artifacts for the purpose of style. It literally means "cinnabar and blue-green" in Korean. It is based on five basic colors; blue (east), white (west), red (south), black (north), and yellow (center).

Box  This octagonal box was made by a Korean artist working in the paper-decorating tradition. Its skeleton is of wood, over which have been pasted a few layers of white paper and finally the coloured papers that form the design. A final lacquer coating acts as a sealant and protector.       Date: pre 1994 (made)      Place: Korea      Artist/maker: Kim, Jin-sun (Ms)

Box This octagonal box was made by a Korean artist working in the paper-decorating tradition. Its skeleton is of wood, over which have been pasted a few layers of white paper and finally the coloured papers that form the design. A final lacquer coating acts as a sealant and protector. Date: pre 1994 (made) Place: Korea Artist/maker: Kim, Jin-sun (Ms)

Lanterns in South Korea

Lanterns in South Korea

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