Make an one-of-a-kind handkerchief by natural dyeing

Natural dyeing is one of the oldest Korean traditions that harmoniously blend nature into daily lives. Using ingredients like persimmon or anil (a plant used to make an indigo color), people have produced fabrics in many different delicate colors. Even though most of dyeing process has been replaced by factories’ machines using artificial chemicals, a number of people have passed down the traditional way of dyeing.

Jaebin H, one of our Trazy users, succeeded in dyeing a handkerchief with a beautiful color. Why don’t we follow her footsteps of the handkerchief dyeing?

BuSan Night Live

Friday, March 12, 2010 - 10:00

Tired of the same old routine? Ever wonder if there’s more to life abroad than uncomfortable work dinners, and payday?

Ok not payday, we all love payday. But if you’re stuck in a foreigner rut, wandering the streets every weekend looking for something different, we have the perfect pick-me-up for you.

BuSan Night Live will be two nights of comedy that will make you cry with laughter. For two nights only, prepare to have your funny bone poked, prodded and tickled as we bring humour to Club Fabric, in the KyungSung University area.

On March 12th and 13th, the fun begins with a full assortment of sketches written and performed by local expat talent. There will also with a game-packed intermission as well as live musical entertainment from Wayfarer state.

The show starts at 11pm. Doors open at 10pm – free entry. Join us on these special nights. We guarantee a different experience!



Does anybody know of a good fabric store and or tailor in Busan? I have seen a couple little shops but i want something extensive, i heard that they exist. Let me know.

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