To abide by the government’s social distancing guidelines that restrict gatherings of five or more people amid the coronavirus pandemic, even during the Lunar New Year holiday, which begins Thursday, many local museums and crafts-related institutions are offering Lunar New Year card-making classes so that people can send greeting cards via post or online.
The Korea Traditional Culture Center in Jeonju, North Jeolla, is offering special craft classes for free from Feb. 11 for four days offering various programs that include making greeting cards using hanji, or traditional Korean paper. [KOREA TRADITIONAL CULTURE CENTER]
with the Korea JoongAng Daily
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