Estelle SO – Chaekgeori with Origami

No one doesn’t know origami. Origami is more than just paper folding. People say it is paper transforming, paper magic, an ancient art form. Origami helps develop hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and mental concentration. Origami enhances behavioral skills and helps with cooperation and cognitive development. It is also said that you can learn how to understand multicultural values. What kind of origami do you like? I loved origami for airplanes and ships. Now, I will cherish the precious memories of my childhood in the Chaekgeori. Sometimes I want to take it out when I miss that time.

Chaekgeori; Painting of Books and Scholars’ Accouterments, was popular from the late 18th century to the early 20th century and was enjoyed by people from all walks of life from kings to the common people, showing the culture of the Joseon Dynasty, where books and learning were important. It is a picture that reflects their desire to cherish books and keep them close all the time. Materials containing auspicious meanings were placed with books, adding the meaning of wishing for happiness.


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