Gyeongsangnam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 29 Somokjang (Wood Furniture Making)

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Gyeongsangnam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 29 Somokjang (Wood Furniture Making) +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property
Designated date 2004.10.21
location Jinju-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Small pasture refers to a craftsman who manufactures furniture, windows, etc. used in the inner rooms of a house, palace, temple, etc. built by a master craftsman, and refers to a carpenter who produces furniture for use in love rooms, main rooms, and kitchens.

Most trees are available for use in the materials of the small trees, but depending on the characteristics and use of traditional furniture, they are mainly used for necrotic, leather, paulownia, jujube, pine, stone pear, sopae and ginkgo trees.

Due to the abundant forest resources of Jirisan Mountain and the influence of the 12th Dortrune, which was established under the control during the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592, Jinju and Tongyeong have long been famous for their statues, jang, nong, or najeon-chigi, so they made and served various kinds of furniture such as hams and jangs used in palaces.

With the development of civilization and the transformation of furniture into various forms, the tradition of craftsmanship has continued to this day. Jeong Jin-ho (2004), Kim Dong-gu (2012), and Jo Bok-rae (2016) are designated as functional holders for small pastures in Gyeongsangnam-do.

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