UNASU is very pleased to be working in collaboration with Jung Yul Park, a pojagi artist and master of traditional Korean embroidery.
Mrs. Park's considerable accomplishments extend to the beginning of her career in the late 1960's in Korea. For years she taught traditional Korean embroidery and maintained her own design studio. Along with Park's studio experience, she also lectured at nationally sponsored conventions and researched Traditional Palace Costumes of the Chosun Dynasty, which was funded by Korea's National Cultural Committee. She also curated annual textile exhibitions in Seoul.
In 1991 Mrs. Park emigrated to the United States and subsequently established her own studio, Kyu Jang Gak, whose aim is to promote traditional Korean embroidery and needlework through instructional classes and exhibitions. For more information on Mrs. Park and her work, please firstname.lastname@example.org