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虹色のエレガンス: 韓国の螺鈿職人技 2024

In fall 2022, Jisoo from BLACKPINK showcased a stunning set of nails for the hit song “Pink Venom,” which paid homage to the exquisite artistry of Korean mother-of-pearl lacquerware, known locally as ‘jagae’. This traditional craft is celebrated for its iridescent shimmer, which captures and reflects light in a kaleidoscope of colors. Jisoo’s nails were adorned with pearl accents that mirrored this effect, creating a visual connection to the cultural heritage. The design not only celebrated the beauty of Korean craftsmanship but also brought a sense of traditional elegance to the modern pop scene. Each nail was a canvas reflecting the brilliant, shifting colors akin to the inside of an […]

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Hanji: 韓国の伝統、職人技、革新が織りなす時代を超越したタペストリー

Hanji is a treasured facet of South Korea’s rich cultural tapestry, representing the traditional art of handmade paper-making that dates back over 1,500 years. Crafted from the inner bark of the “Dak” mulberry tree, hanji is renowned for its durability, natural texture, and delicate beauty. The labor-intensive process of creating this paper involves soaking, beating, and layering the mulberry fibers, resulting in a material both strong and soft to the touch.    This special paper has played a foundational role in Korean academia, literature, art, architecture, and leisure activities, casting a broad influence. Unlike regular papers, which typically have fibers aligned in either horizontal or vertical directions, hanji boasts a

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オンギ: 器に込められた韓国の息吹

The Age-Old Art of Onggi Exploring the origins of Onggi pottery takes us on a journey back in time, deep into the soil of Korea’s history. Originating thousands of years ago, Onggi represents a distinctive segment of earthenware that is inextricably woven into the fabric of Korean tradition. More than just pottery, Onggi is a living testament to the Korean way of life, resiliently preserved through generations. This earthenware played a pivotal role in daily Korean lifestyles, known not just for its aesthetic appeal, but also for its practicality, remarkable porosity, and longevity. K-Pop Star’s Love for Classic Art: RM’s Moon Jar Moment Last November, when RM, the leader of the

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オッチル: 古代韓国の職人技と現代のエレガンスの橋渡し

Otchil (옻칠) is a traditional Korean lacquer technique that has been practiced for over two thousand years. Derived from the sap of the sumac tree (Rhus verniciflua), otchil not only provides an exquisite glossy finish but also offers durable protection against environmental factors. The technique involves multiple layers of lacquer application, making the resulting surface highly resistant to moisture, heat, and microbial growth.   The coloring in otchil is traditionally achieved using natural pigments. One of the most renowned pigments is derived from the bark of the Gardenia plant, which yields a rich yellow hue. Other natural materials, such as powdered red oxides and ground charcoal, are utilized to produce

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ナム・ジュン・パイクの永遠の響き: 芸術的啓示の灯火

In 2001, artist Nam June Paik collaborated with Gyeonggi Province to brainstorm an art center and aptly named it “The House Where Nam June Paik Lives Long.” By 2008, the Nam June Paik Art Center was officially inaugurated. The center’s primary aim is to explore and present Paik’s artistic and philosophical visions, making them accessible to the world. https://youtu.be/PDNJOWl8dSM?si=1sQJ_wyl8uUNi4A7   The Nam June Paik Art Center is a vibrant hub of artistic expression and exploration. Visitors can immerse themselves in meticulously curated exhibitions that range from permanent displays of Paik’s iconic masterpieces to dynamic presentations tackling contemporary art debates. Beyond the visual feast, the center is a hub for learning,

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