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Prenatal preparations


The National Palace Museum of Korea is running “royal prenatal classes” for free at 10 clinics across Seoul until December. The classes teach mothers-to-be ways to prepare for birth and child rearing in the way the royal princes of Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) did in the past. Activities include creating a pregnancy journal with a silk cover and traditional cloth for newborns known as baenaet jeogori.
Provided by the Cultural Heritage Administration

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