Shoe-making workshop led by shoe craftsman Cho
Cho Hyeongman Workshop is a workshop led by Hyeongman Cho who has been making shoes for the past four decades.
To finish a pair of shoes, you need to go through 70 to 80 steps.
As a result of such painstaking care and effort, you can make shoes that fit your feet perfectly with great comfort.
At Cho Hyeongman Workshop, learn from the experienced shoe-maker and make your own flat shoes.
Measure feet size and shape. Choose leather (30 min)
Measure the exact size of your feet.
Check if there are any particular considerations for the design.
And choose the leather.
Pattern making (60 min)
Create the patterns using last* and masking tape.
*Shoe last: a foot-shaped form used for making or repairing shoes.
Making the upper leather and lining (60 min)
Place the pattern on the leather and trace.
Cut the leather to make upper and lining.
Making the bottom part of the shoes (60 min)
Along the central line, stretch and fix the upper leather and lining, and then smooth it out with grinder.
Attaching the sole and finishing (30 min)
Attach the sole and heel.
Place the inner sole to finish the flat shoes.