In Bukchon Hanok Village, Seoul, there are many places like Han Sangzhu Embroidery Workshop, mainly for tourists to show the embroidery culture of Korea. Each embroidery work is very exquisite, beautiful, and very well-made. It is a very good place in Korea. It is a good intangible cultural heritage, and tourists can also spend money to buy it as a souvenir.
Embroidery, in the true sense, embroidery must come from China, and it is also more extensive and profound in this respect! But for people who still choose traditional hanbok for major issues, embroidery is so important!
The Han Sang-soo Embroidery Museum is a very famous intangible cultural heritage in South Korea. It is not only the works of Mr. Han Sang-soo, but also a collection of embroidery collected before. The charming hanok is used in the museum, and the museum has delicately embroidered clothing and furniture, which is very worth seeing.
Introduction of Han Shangzhu Embroidery Workshop: The purpose of Han Shangzhu Embroidery Workshop is to research and develop important intangible cultural heritage No. 80 embroiderer Han Shangzhu's work. The interior decoration is not like a workshop, but more like an ordinary family with a warm and comfortable atmosphere. Now, in addition to holding permanent exhibitions and planned exhibitions, the workshop also provides educational opportunities and presentation sites.
There are a lot of embroidery crafts, many of them are artistic, they feel very beautiful, and the venue is large