Handicraft shop ‘Jidam’ (Jeonju Hanok Village)

In Jeonju Hanok Village, there is a handicraft shop called ‘Jidam’ where traditional Korean paper, known as hanji, is used to create various cultural products. It was opened by the Hanji Culture Institute of Yewon Arts University, and it aims to be a true hanji cultural space. When you enter Jidam, pretty caf?-style decorations might catch your eye. These rooms, decorated with hanji lamps, brighten the area with subtle light, creating a cozy atmosphere.

When you walk further inside, there is a souvenir shop named ‘Jigojisun’. At the souvenir shop ‘Jigojisun’, various kinds of hanji products are for sale, such as wallets, scarves, and ties. Also, the shop displays pictures of Ban Ki-moon, the eighth Secretary-General of the United Nations, and his guest room in New York, decorated with hanji from Jeonju. Hanji artisans and persons involved with Jidam and Yewon Arts University visited Mr. Ban’s New York office and decorated the guest room with Korean traditional hanji crafts, which contributed to promoting the value and beauty of Jeonju hanji internationally. It is a great place to shop for souvenirs to keep the memories of Jeonju Hanok Village.

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