[*Only available here] Making Moon jar and dishware
What you'll do
Becoming intoxicated with the pleasure of making with clay
In the program, you will make Moon jar, the Korean traditional white pottery which was used as an important prop for the royal family in the late Joseon Dynasty, using hand-mills and coiling techniques. Try to make the beauty of Korea by hand, which you can find in its round and glamourous curves from any angles, like the full moon. You can express anything in folding and rolling out the clay dough with a rolling pin.
After class, your works will be baked in a kiln and shipped wherever you want. (Delivery fee is not included)
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*This service is only available here at Mycultureis.
Lee Joon Sung of Hosiwoobo is a ceramist who is actively engaged in exhibition activities in South Korea. He likes to watch the process of his works completed in front of a kiln. He also mainly produces ceramic objects based on the traditional wooden doll, Kkokdu, which is a guardian statue connecting life to death. In his studio, you can see his unique works where traditional techniques and contemporary tastes coexist.
Make your own traditional Moon jar and your unique plate with feelingthe joy of the soil and clay.
- 10 min: Greeting & program explanation
- 30 min: Making dishes
- 60 min: Making Korean traditional Moon jar
- 10 min: Closing
Materials for program.
Things to keep in mind
Overseas delivery fee (Avg. KRW 35,000/ 1.5kg)
*If your stay in S. Korea is more than a week from the date of the lesson, you can receive it at your place.
Cancellation / Refund Policy
- Cancellation 7 days prior to the selected date: No refund
- Cancellation 8 days prior to the selected date: 100% refund
Address : 1F, 54 Seokchonhosu-ro 12-gil Songpa-gu Seoul
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