Arumjigi House

Korean Culture Foundation

By Arumjigi Culture Keepers Foundation

ARUMJIGI Culture Keepers Foundation is a non-profit organization of people who are protecting and preserving “Korean beauty”.

The Foundation's Korean name, ARUMJIGI, is itself a manifestation of simple yet determined commitment to preserve and protect even the smallest object and aspects of beauty that have been neglected, embracing them with open arms.

Arumjigi House - Hanok, Bong Ryul, Kim, From the collection of: Arumjigi Culture Keepers Foundation
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Inside of  Hanok in Arumjigi House

Arumjigi House - appearance, Jong Kyu, Kim, From the collection of: Arumjigi Culture Keepers Foundation
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Arumjigi House

Arumjigi House - meeting room, Jong Kyu, Kim, From the collection of: Arumjigi Culture Keepers Foundation
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Arumjigi wants precious cultural heritage of Korean to be imprinted on the psyche of modern Korean society as sound, upright tradition and to inspire the creation of beautiful cultural assets. And we wish to hasten the day when understand and feel Korean tradition so deeply that we enjoy it and it becomes an integral part of our daily living. In order to make this dream come true, Arumjigi has been searching for the essence of Korean culture by looking into the past, present, and future and restoring and presenting fine examples of cultural heritage one by one.

Arumjigi House - interior, Jong Kyu, Kim, From the collection of: Arumjigi Culture Keepers Foundation
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Inside of Arumjigi House

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