2016 Jongmyodaeje: Korea’s Royal Ancestral Ritual That Travelers Shouldn’t Miss on May 1st

About Jongmyo Shrine Located on the east of Gyeongbokgung Palace, Jongmyo is a Confucian shrine of the Joseon Dynasty that is designated by UNESCO as world cultural assets in 1995. It is a historic site where a royal ancestral ritual to honor the past kings and

Fall into the world of Dakpaper dolls in Bukchon Hanok Village!!

Dakpaper is Korean traditional paper made from Korean Mulberry trees named Dak-namu (namu means tree.) Since the texture of the dakpaper is soft yet strong, people have used the paper to make handicrafts. One of them is dakpaper doll. Dakpaper

Wear Korean traditional dress Hanbok and become a princess!

Hanbok is Korea’s traditional dress which is mainly derived from the Joseon Dynasty era. One of our Trazers, Jaebin H went to visit Goguan Studio with her friend to try out Hanbok and take pictures at the most traditional setting.