Experience natural indigo, jjok- the only way to create blue color in the traditional Korean dyeing process.
This natural indigo is designated as an Intangible Cultural Property of Korea.
Design your own tote bag by writing your name in Korean and drawing traditional patterns on your bag.
This tote bag is a nature-friendly product as it uses natural dyes.
Your experience will be even more fun if you participate together with your family, friends or significant other.
Experience the jjok dyeing process, which is designated as the Intangible Cultural Property of Korea no. 115
Make your very own unique tote bag
The workshop is located in Bukchon Hanok Village, where you can find many restaurants and tourist attractions
What is traditional indigo ‘jjok’?
Understanding the natural dyeing process that uses jjok, a plant designated as the Intangible Cultural Property of Korea no. 115
Designing your own tote bag
Draw patterns or write your name in Korean on the bag
Putting paraffin on parts you don’t want to dye
(at home instructions)
Dry your tote bag completely
Boil your tote bag in clean water for 20 minutes and leave it in the water for 3 more hours
Hand wash your tote bag with warm water using neutral detergent and leave it to dry
Go out and show off your new bag to your friends