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Seoul » Jongno-gu » Seongsim Arts & Crafts (청원산방-성심예공원)


Seongsim Arts & Crafts (청원산방-성심예공원)    
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  • Seongsim Arts & Crafts (청원산방-성심예공원)
  • Seongsim Arts & Crafts (청원산방-성심예공원)
  • Seongsim Arts & Crafts (청원산방-성심예공원)
  • Seongsim Arts & Crafts (청원산방-성심예공원)
  • Seongsim Arts & Crafts (청원산방-성심예공원)
  • Seongsim Arts & Crafts (청원산방-성심예공원)
  • Seongsim Arts & Crafts (청원산방-성심예공원)
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※ Every Friday, the restaurant receives a reservation and has the limit to tour the art studio.
27, Bukchon-ro 6-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul (Gye-dong)
서울특별시 종로구 북촌로6길 27 (계동)
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Located in Samcheong-dong and established in 1981, Seongsim Yeogongwon is an art studio by Sim Yong-sik (Intangible Cultural Property designated by City of Seoul). He works on various traditional windows and doors with his students, promoting them in Korea and other countries. In hanok terminology, daemokjang means a basic frame of a house while somokjang refers to doors, windows, and so on that add something to the frame. Doors and windows with beautiful patterns are all over the place in Seongsim Arts & Crafts: doors that can hang against a wall, windows decorated with cherry blossoms, comb-patterned windows and so on.

Visitors can also enjoy beautiful crafts in various exhibition events held in Seongsim Yegongwon. The place is open to the public free of charge.

Seongsim Yegongwon (Cheongwon Sanbang)
Admission / Participation Fees
1) Jonggak Station (Seoul Subway line 1, Exit 3)
Take the local bus 2 and get off at Gahoe-dong Office.

2) Anguk Station (Seoul Subway line 3, Exit 2)
Take the local bus 2 or walk 5min to the venue.
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