Intangible cultural asset, Lee Sangje
Hwamunseok mat has been inherited from the middle of Goryeo era and developed as an apprenticeship handicraft. With special order from the royal family of Joseon dynasty, Han chunggyo lived in Yang-Ori, engaged in the work of design and various pattern of Hwamunseok mat in '1800's.
Sumptuous and simple patterns woven with elegance and delicacy has been recognized of high value for an interior decoration; the rush itself is cool and good for absorption of perspiration and prevent chilly dryness in winter that facilitate metabolism for a good health care.
Small woven articles such as gift box for bride and bridegroom, floral three-sized container or Hwamunseok mat as woven with floral patterns are typical and beautiful product. It takes about 7 to 8 days usually to complete each of any items.
|Designated No.||Important intangible cultural asset No. 103|
|Designated date||May 1, 1996|
|Cared by||Wanchojang, Lee Sangjae|
|Address||150, Gwancheongni, Ganghwaeup, Ganghwagun|