Gyeongsangbuk-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 24 Cheongdo Sambejagi


Everlasting Legacies of Korea

Gyeongsangbuk-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 24 Cheongdo Sambejagi +

Classification 1995.06.30
Designated date 1995.6.30
location Jang*** 
Sambae is also called Be, and in Chinese, it is also called Ma, Mapo, and Po. The cambes were found in the Gungsan Shell Mound in the Neolithic Age, indicating that they were used before the discovery.

During the Goryeo Dynasty, technology was developed and exported to China and was used with ramie as a means of cultural exchange. In the Joseon Dynasty, the production of sambae was slightly reduced as cotton production began.

The production process is first cultivated and harvested by growing the cedar trees, then steamed the treetops that skimmed the leaves and dried in the sun.

After splitting the three pieces of cloth, each string is extended and the length and width of the one piece of cloth determine how many rolls of thread will go in. Finally, after the process of feeding grass, we squeeze the fabric using a loom.

Since it is a rare case in the country where a village is collectively inherited by a village, it is designated and protected as an intangible cultural asset.


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