Traditional Korean Papermaking Developed In Jeonju : News Photo
Traditional Korean Papermaking Developed In Jeonju : News Photo
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Traditional Korean Papermaking Developed In Jeonju

JEONJU, SOUTH KOREA - JANUARY 30: Hanji, a traditional Korean paper dries in the sun at factory on January 30, 2010 in Jeonju, South Korea. Hanji is a traditional Korean paper made from the bark of mulberry tree. Mulberry tree grow in low-lying hills and fields throughout Korea and are often found on ridges around dry farmland and on the slopes of small mountains. Korean mulberry tree fibers are especially long, resilient and shiny. Hanji lasts for more than 1000 years, and despite its durability, its surface is still smooth. Due to its unique characteristics, the manufacturers of hanji have relied on the bark of mulberry tree for more than 1600 years. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)


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Credit:Chung Sung-Jun / Staff
Editorial #:96279143
Collection:Getty Images News
Date created:January 30, 2010
License type:Rights-managed
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Source:Getty Images AsiaPac
Object name:59449710
Max file size:3000 x 1913 px (10.00 x 6.38 in) - 300 dpi - 356 KB
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