박물관, 민속촌 아니고 가정집인데 들어오셔서 편하게 구경하시고 다과 즐기고 가세요┃Korean Antique Collector Exhibits Collections for Free


From antique lunch boxes To oil lamps seen in Korean history books You probably saw these in ‘Reply 1988’ Items from the past are all here Is this a museum…? Nope! This is an ordinary house! Why are these items displayed in a house? I collected antiques that our ancestors used Are you saying they’re all antiques?!?! This is a steam iron. It’s used for ironing baby’s hanbok collars This is called a chimney steam iron. It was used in ordinary houses [Ordinary Iron / Baby Hanbok Collar Iron]
The size difference tho… This is a baby medicine spoon. Our ancestors made it tiny, because babies have tiny mouth PD, do you know what this is? It’s a beard comb. Men used this to groom their beard every morning Beard Comb for Men, Joseon Dynasty Period This was every mom’s favorite [COTY powder] We saw these cosmetic products in our grandmother’s house when we were young! Have you seen a giant coke bottle like this? Production Crew/ That’s 1L? I bet you’ve never seen this before… This was produced only for a while What the…! We used to call this ‘Dwaet’ bottle [Soju Bottle / Dwaet Bottle]
It’s HUGE!!!! She preserved them as they were in the past You never opened these bottles? Nope! However, I couldn’t stop the liquid from evaporating over time Shall we visit the barbershop? You have a barbershop in your house?! Antique barber tools are all here! 200 cigarette packs are displayed, there’s 50 kinds of them!! 1980’s cigarette price range is unimaginable now This is Pungnyeoncho, my grandmother used to smoke this with a smoking pipe Produced in 1950s! National Liberation Day in 1974, Subway Opening Celebration Edition Saemaeul Cigarette, made in 1945! Production Crew/ Why is this cigarette pack tied with a string? Someone hung it in the house like dried yellowtail fish And just stared at it, to quit smoking A cheap way to stop smoking!! Gat House…? There’s a Gat (Korean traditional hat) in here Oh! My Gat… Is this also an antique… for something…? She demonstrates how to use it Huh? She suddenly takes out corns Gangwon-do people use this I want one… Stripped Corn Why did she collect so many antique pieces? One day, I was walking down the street, and saw an antique shop I found pieces that reminded me of my mom Her mother passed away when she was 18. Since then, she always missed her… Without knowing, I stepped into the shop And started to collect antiques In 2012, she built a house in the vegetable garden to exhibit her collections And opened the area for free, so everyone can see! She also provides tea and fruit for free The object here is to not look at them myself It’s to look at the beautiful antiques that our ancestors used With many people, and enjoy them together I wanted people to feel the breath of our ancestors Like now, I want to continue opening the area for everyone and share the excitement & joy. I want people to rest here You’re giving out warmth and happiness to everyone

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