Knotting in Style

What is Maedeup (매듭)? Literally, a knot, in form and in direct translation of the word. It’s another example of how Koreans take humble materials and through precise, diligent labor and careful attention to detail, end up with something really beautiful and precious. These knots were used by both men and women as accessories for

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Dasik: Korean Old School No-Bake Cookies

[yumprint-recipe id=’1′]Dasik (다식): The ultimate traditional Korean cookie, a naturally-made and sweet treat. These special treats were the original no-bake cookies, considered a luxury despite the simple ingredients and process because of the meticulous individual hand-molding process.   What you’ll need: A Dasik Molding Tool that looks something like this:     (If you don’t

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