In my blog post dated 5 March 2017, I have provided an overview of the Korean traditional paintings. Where will you go if you want to see some Korean traditional paintings? You may think of venues like the National Museum of Korea and art galleries. However, currently, there is a new venue where you can see such paintings -the Seoul Metro. Continue reading
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Let’s enjoy Korean traditional paintings!
**Last updated on: 15 October 2020**
The Korean TV drama “Saimdang: Light’s Diary” (사임당, 빛의 일기) is about the life of Shin Saimdang (1504-1551), a famous female poet and artist of the Joseon period. In the drama, you can often see Korean traditional paintings during the Joseon period. I really like the Korean traditional paintings – they’re simple but elegant. When I visited the National Museum of Korea, I also bought file folders with the Korean traditional paintings (as shown in the photos above). In this post, let’s have a brief overview of the Korean traditional paintings – for the purpose of this post, it means Korean paintings up to and including the Joseon period. Continue reading