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The Night of Arts in Korean Traditions was held by the Sakhalin Art Museum

Sakhalin Art Museum held the Night of Arts in Korean traditions. According to IA Sakhalin.info, within the framework of the "Night", which is held by various cultural institutions throughout Russia, museum visitors were invited to immerse themselves in the world of Korean culture and art.

The event was based on the exhibition "The World of Hanji Art" - a folk craft for making products from unique Korean paper. To get acquainted with this art, a special master class was organized for museum visitors. They could also get acquainted with Korean cinema and take pictures in national costumes. Students of the Ethnos children's art school and the samulnori percussion ensemble performed at the museum.

The most interesting part of the event was the reconstruction of the Korean wedding ceremony. As Olga Khai, head of the Far East Museum's art department told, until the 1960-70-s, he was part of the life of the Sakhalin Koreans, and even now there are those who celebrate their wedding in accordance with national traditions.

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