Enjoy making traditional Korean accessories with traditional Korean paper at this beautiful workshop located in Itaewon. The workshop looks like it came straight out of a fairy tale. Come and make unforgettable memories by making unique gifts with teacher Sukyung Hong.
Traditional Korean paper is a practical example of traditional Korean culture. You will frequently find Koreans using traditional paper in their daily life. Experience making your own accessories by using Korean traditional paper.
Norigae: an accessory worn over tops
Baessi daenggi: a hair band for a special hairstyle
Key holder: for good luck and fortune
Wall decoration: an interior design item
Don’t miss this great opportunity to make practical and beautiful accessories
‘Hongsill’ a traditional Korean paper workshop, located in Itaewon
Hongsill is a beautiful workshop located in a quaint alleyway in Itaewon.
Here, you can experience making beautiful traditional Korean accessories with traditional Korean paper artist Sukyung Hong.
Choose and make your own accessories
You can choose one option among the four types of Rosa Rugosa accessories as shown below :
Norigae is a traditional Korean accessory that’s worn on top of traditional Korean clothing (hanbok).
You can also use it to decorate your handbag or backpack.
Take a selfie at a royal palace in Seoul, wearing hanbok and a Rosa Rugosa norigae.
2. Baessi Daenggi
Baessi daenggi is a traditional Korean hair band.
The Rosa Rugosa flower on the hair band showcases elegant Korean beauty.
In the past, this accessory was used as a symbol of being a single woman.
3. Key holder
Make a unique traditional Korean paper key holder.
It may bring good luck and fortune to you!
4. Wall decoration
Make a special interior decoration item out of traditional Korean paper.
You can also give it as a special gift to your friends or family.