Tourist Attractions per Theme

Heritage Anseong Machum Traditional Brassware

Writer신철희Date11/22/2019

Anseong Machum Traditional Brassware1
  • Location

    Anseong

  • Address

    (Yi Jong-mun Brassware Gallery) 251-19, Geumgwangosan-ro, Geumgwang-myeon, Anseong-si, Gyeonggi-do

  • TEL

    +82-31-676-8740 | +82-10-5139-8740

Anseong Machum Traditional Brassware has been producing brassware with the traditional method for 15 years.

Anseong Machum Traditional Brassware continues the 500-year history of Anseong brassware!
Anseong Machum Traditional Brassware has been producing brassware with the traditional method for 15 years. Brassware Master (intangible cultural asset) Yi Jong-mun is working at this workshop, and has been making delicate, strong, and artistic brassware and nurturing the masters of the next generation. You can make your own brassware at the workshop with the Anseong Machum Traditional Brassware provides the Anseong Machum Traditional Brassware Program, which is Korea's only program where you can make your own brassware household items. You can use the unique brassware items that you make in your daily life.

Making Traditional Brassware*Duration: Individuals: 60-80 minutes / Groups: 60-90 minutes
Traditional Brassware Household Item Making Class (tableware, mapae, etc.)
Brassware is a part of Korean tradition, and was used by our ancestors in their daily lives. As part of this program, you can make you own brassware household items (tableware, dishes, utensils used for ancestral rites, souvenirs, etc.) using the traditional method.
You can easily understand and experience the excellence of traditional Korean culture through this program, which can be enjoyed by both children and adults.
Traditional cultural program on the history and local features of casting brassware
The traditional Brassware Household Item Making Class (tableware, mapae, etc.) is a special traditional cultural program for understanding the history and production principles of casting brassware.

Opening hours : Weekdays/Saturday/Holidays: 10am-5:30pm
Closed : Lunar New Year's Day and Chuseok
Admission : KRW 15,000-18,000 per person (Prices may vary depending on materials required.)
Directions : Refer to website