Bok Jumeoni is a pocket of blessings. It used with a pocketless hanbok. It used to wish a blessing by giving presents, usually on first day of year or special occasions.
It is a red and blue pocket bag with a string. Red and blue have been used a lot in Korea since the past. We use color to express the beauty of Korean tradition.
The dang-cho is a traditional pattern that stands out for the harmony and decor of plant stems, which represent prosperity and honor. The color of a pocket and embroidery blend in subtle and natural, and the interior space is ample for various purposes.
This product was produced in collaboration product between Jung-suk Yoon who made pocket, and Hyung-min Park who made knots, with Auroi's designer Kisang Gio. Jung-suk Yoon completed the National Intangible Cultural Property training course No. 80 Jasujang. Hyung-min Park completed the National Intangible Cultural Property training course No. 22 Maedeupjang.
Linen, Cotton cloth , Silk thread
250 x 230 / 300 x 260
Producer / Design
No. 80 Intangible Cultural Property of Embroidery (Jasujang)
No. 22 Intangible Cultural Property of Decorative Knoting (Maedeupjang)