Museum of Korean Embroidery
06053 34 Nonhyeon-ro 132-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
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The Museum of Korean Embroidery was established in 1976 and exhibits traditional Korean embroidery and crafts. Visitors will be able to see traditional embroidery bojagi (wrapping cloth), bed linens, and paper craft. The collection is comprised of over 500 pieces and examples of Korean embroidery patterns like jasu sagyebungyeongdo (four seasons embroidery), danggui ojoryongbo (five-clawed dragon adornment for garments), and the oldest embroidered work in Korea, the sipjangsaeng (ten symbols of longevity) mattress. Admission to the Museum of Korean Embroidery is free.
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