Seoul Intangible Cultural Property No. 29 Deungmejang +
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Dungme refers to a place used on a bed or on a regular basis, and is sometimes used as a supplementary material. The material is a plant called Yongsucho, which is distinguished from Wanggol, and is widely native to rice paddies or streams and wetlands in our country. A grass having a sponge-like elastic seam inside a thin, long, cross-sectional stem; also called 'bone grass'. Currently, artisans who use this grass to make various kinds of household goods are Chochojang and Deungmejang. In addition to seats, mats, cushions, and other household items such as copper and hap, the red pepper paste and grasshopper are the master craftsmen who produce accessories.It is known that the term dungme is derived from the use of thimble and the addition of a buoy to the back for elasticity.
The curtain of the cart used the zodiac sign for the Three Kingdoms Period.There is a record of " and <Intuition조 had a government office called Seokjeon, indicating that there was a craftsman who had been professionally making the position.
In Goryeo, the emissaries of Huto and Hujik, who were Sajiksin, were laid on the throne, while the royal family used the stone, stone, and stone of the gate, stone, and stone of the flower gate. Buksong's envoy Seo Geung is very soft in "The Goryeo Sutra" (the product of Goryeo) and does not go bad even when folded or bent. It is excellent that black and white mixes together to form patterns and cover the bed.It was of such excellent quality that it was called " that it was also used as a trade product with a foreign country.
During the Joseon Dynasty, there were seals and stone seals at the <Gyeongguk Daejeon전 factory, with eight seals in Jangheung High School and a total of 338 foreign factories in Hasam Island alone. When the governor was dispatched to China, it was an excellent specialty, as many as 124 Hwamunseok at once. Wanggol products such as Animation Stone, Cartoon Stone, Cartoon Stone, Yongmun Stone, Hwamun Stone, Japchae Moon Stone, and Chaehwaseok were used by the royal court and upper class.
It is said that the dungme was divided into a white stone and a patterned hwamunjang. After putting a blade on the mat frame, it is Baekseok who scores a goal with a needle between the days and squeezes it into the body twice, left and right.A pattern is placed on a white stone and a blank space is used as an inner space to support the fossil, while the edges are decorated with blue, black, purple, and brown cloth according to the color of the pattern on the background.
The types of patterns include characters such as Subokgangnyeong, geometries, and flower designs, most of which are surrounded by a border and have central patterns in the center. Various colored water plants are needed to insert the pattern. White is used by trimming and trimming Maeryeongcho, and is the basic color along with blue, red, black, and back. In recent years, various colors, which are frequently used, are used by dyeing water plants directly, but water plants are difficult to dye compared to fabric. There is a way to expose or hide the slope when making a seat, and the front one is called Nogyeongsojik and the back one is called Nogyeong Secretly. Naturally, it was considered to be excellent due to its meticulous workmanship and high density.
Choi Heon-yeol was recognized as the holder on April 23, 2002 and became the honorary holder on August 10, 2017.
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