Learn The Technique of Korean Hangul and Korean Calligraphy
About The Workshop
Hi Learners! Lucia Choi 최루시아 – a renowned calligraphist from Korea will be coming to hold a workshop in Jakarta this month. Let’s learn the basic of Korean Hangul, Korean Calligraphy, lines & shapes, as well as how to control your wrist strength in writing and drawing. Each participant will get all the tools and materials. With step by step guidance, tips and tricks and fun conversation with Lucia, at the end of the day, you will be able to write your own Korean words on Korean paper postcard with pride! For Korea lovers, especially if you like to learn calligraphy, this workshop is meant for you – the first and only Korean calligraphy workshop in Jakarta.
P.S. Beginners are very welcome to attend this class. See you soon!
What will you learn?
- Introducing the knowledge behind Korean calligraphy, including: calligraphy tools, how to choose a good brush and paper
- Learn calligraphy lines (slow pen, quick pen, soft line, rigid line)
- Learn to draw circles, triangles, squares, love, etc. (on how to increase wrist strength)
- Learn to write Korean consonants and vowels
- Explain the two most important things in calligraphy (emotional lines and readability)
- Invite participants to think of a word or favorite quote. Presenter will translate your chosen words into Korean, as well as teaching and demonstrating the correct writing method in Korean calligraphy
- At the end of the day, you will be able to write your own Korean words on Korean paper postcard with pride!
ABOUT THE TEACHER(S)
Lucia Choi is a Korean calligraphist from Seoul who has many years of experience in writing letters and performing her calligraphy moves in numerous stages. Other than that, she is also a calligraphy teacher for foreigners and several universities in Korea. She is currently in the mission to spread the world about the beauty of Calligraphy
What is the price inclusive of?
- Calligraphy utensils (brush, ink, ink plate, practicing paper), Korean paper postcard, wet wipe, tissue paper, apron
- Light snacks and drink
What do you need to bring?