1. Meet at Dan Hanbok Shop. 2. Partake in traditional tea ceremony and learn about tea etiquette, each utensil and porcelain, and tea leaves. 3. Enjoy tea while talking about Korean tea history and unique character of Korean tea. 4. Learn Zen meditation and spiritual nature of Korean tea ceremony. 6. Wear and learn about traditional Korean hanbok: fabric types (silk, hemp, natural or artifial dyed), dye patterns, types of hanbok worn per occasion and season. 7. Learn about Korean philosophy of universe and ethics in the traditional hanbok design and fabric.
I am a tea specialist and fashion designer who has deep interest in traditional Korean culture and history. For twenty years I have enjoyed discussing and sharing knowledge on Korean tea ceremony and traditional hanbok design, as well as Korean spiritual culture. In our time together we will do traditional tea ceremony, learn about different types of green tea and ritual porcelain types, the spiritual culture of tea in relation to zen meditation and finally, finish with looking through hanbok clothing and fabric types (silk, moshi or hemp, natural dye patterns).
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My hanbok shop is located in a traditional alley next to the National Palace. The alley is home to small craftshops and galleries. Near the shop is a old marketplace with traditional Korean snacks and many small restaurants. The special part of my class is that you can taste handmade hetcha (green tea), experience authentic tea porcelain and learn yin/yang/five direction spirit culture...the basic of traditional Korean philosophy.
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