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Worksheets: Color the World! South Korea

Color the World! South Korea

Yutnori game... DIY (traditional Korean game) I am going to make this with my kids tomorrow as part of an integrated culture lesson

Yutnori game... DIY (traditional Korean game) I am going to make this with my kids tomorrow as part of an integrated culture lesson

Paper Doll (hanbok): Naver blog - 종이인형 (한복) : 네이버 블로그

Paper Doll (hanbok): Naver blog - 종이인형 (한복) : 네이버 블로그

Make a Korean sogo drum. Use disposable chopsticks from an Asian market. Staple the plates (Chinet paper, lunch size) together then insert the narrow end of one chopstick in between the plates and staple on each side of the chopstick. Hot glue to secure the chopstick. Attach 1/2" wooden bead to the drum stick and secure with hot glue.  The bead on the stick is not necessary but it looks good. Then decorate with markers. Also decorate with ribbon by using a hole punch.

Make a Korean sogo drum. Use disposable chopsticks from an Asian market. Staple the plates (Chinet paper, lunch size) together then insert the narrow end of one chopstick in between the plates and staple on each side of the chopstick. Hot glue to secure the chopstick. Attach 1/2" wooden bead to the drum stick and secure with hot glue. The bead on the stick is not necessary but it looks good. Then decorate with markers. Also decorate with ribbon by using a hole punch.

10 Korean Superstitions You May Not Know About

10 Korean Superstitions You May Not Know About

10 Korean superstitions you may not know about All cultures have superstitions that sound unusual to outsiders, and Korea is no exception. Here are ten interesting superstitions from.

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