An interesting and creative way to learn Korean culture will be experiencing the Korean art and crafts. Craft workshops in Insa-dong and Gahoe-dong, the Korea house and Bukchon hanok village are places where the Korean tradition is well and alive. These venues offer a variety of programs that you can choose, ranging from making accessories with Korean knotting method to making household items with traditional Korean paper, hanji.
* Each program may be subjected to change. Please call in advance to confirm.
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* This column was last updated in August 2015, and therefore information may differ from what is presented here. We advise you to check details from the official websites before visiting.
<Last updated on August 27, 2015>