Exhibition place：First Floor of the Fashion Gallery, China National Silk Museum
Exhibition time：2019.3 - 2019.6Organizers：China National Silk Museum, Korea National University of Cultural Heritage
Venue：First Floor of the Fashion Gallery, China National Silk Museum
By presenting traditional Korean costumes, fabrics and the weaving and dyeing techniques used in the costume making process, the exhibition aims at enhancing the Chinese audience's understanding of Korean traditional costume culture and offering an opportunity for exchanges between China and Korea in the fields of inheritance, restoration and flexible application of this intangible cultural heritage.
Ramie is the major source of traditional Korean textiles and its weaving technique has been listed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). According to the traditional ramie technique, teachers and students majoring in traditional fiber in Korea National University of Cultural Heritage wove out traditional ramie fabrics, and recently, they have studied and recovered some lost textiles such as Luo, and kept trying to weave various textiles by way of modern weaving machines.