Located in Samcheong-dong, Yejibang is a traditional craft workshop that offers Korean traditional jewelry and ornaments. It also has a special program where you can create your own royal, traditional accessory.
Hanji Chueok is one of the better-known craft shops in Insa-dong. Hanji is traditional Korean paper made of mulberry tree. Here at Hanji Chueok, you can make a variety of items with Hanji.
Situated in Bukchon Hanok Village, Cho Kyung-Wha Dak Paper Arts Workshop offers various Dak paper artworks and experience programs to introduce the beauty of Dak paper handcraft.
Located in Bukchon Hanok Village, Haneulmulbit is a private institute of Korean traditional natural dyeing. It offers a wide collection of finely dyed beautiful fabrics, threads and embroidered artworks. You can also have a chance to make your own handkerchief or scarf using the traditional natural dye.
Located in the central part of Bukchon Hanok village, Kum Bak Yeon is the Gold Leaf Imprinting Workshop that started decades ago in Joseon Dynasty (1800s). Not only can you see the whole process of gold imprinting but with prior reservation, you can also experience gold leaf imprinting by yourself.
Gahoe Museum exhibits folk paintings and amulets reflecting the lifestyle of ancient Korean people. There's a special workshop session where you can learn how to do Korean traditional folk painting on tote bag.