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Wonju Hanji Theme Park 원주한지테마파크

151, Hanjigongwon-gil, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do (강원도 원주시 한지공원길 151 (무실동))

At Wonju Hanji Theme Park, you can learn everything about hanji (traditional Korean paper) including its origin and history, through exhibitions, education and activity programs.
The 1st floor of the theme park is the Hanji History Exhibition Hall, where you can get a glimpse of the past of hanji, such as how it was invented and spread, the history, origin and manufacturing process of hanji, and related artifacts. Visitors can imagine what the life of Korean ancestors was like and understand hanji better. Visitors can also appreciate the artistic value of quality works like the Jiseung Fan by Na Seo-hwan, the Manchu by Sobin, and the Jumchi Armor by the Hanji Development Institute, which are exhibited in the Hanji History Exhibition Hall. In particular, the Jumchi Armor was made with the jumchi technique, where hanji is layered on top of each other using water as an adhesive, resulting in thick paper with a grainy surface unlike ordinary hanji. Jumchi hanji is light but has a strong enough surface to be arrow-proof, and therefore it was often used for armory or winter outfits. The Hanji Media Hall presents hanji related movies, documentaries, etc., as well as the stories of hanji and the history of Wonju hanji. Planned exhibitions regarding hanji and other types of paper made home and aboard are held on the 2nd floor.
Try hanji-related activity programs after looking around the exhibition halls. The theme park mainly offers two programs: a hanji-making program where visitors can actually make hanji; and a hanji-craft program to make several hanji-related items.

Utilization information

・Information : Activity programs: Making horns, a round-pendant necklace, a hairband, hairpins, piggy banks, pyeongjan (traditional Korean style cup), a square-pendant necklace, cellphone straps, hand mirrors, hexagonal pencil holders, pendants, a triangle-shaped jewel box, a square box, a hanji parrot, a picture frame, a square tray, a basket, a tissue case, dolls, wood lamps, an octagonal box, a deep tray, a pop-up book, etc.
* Above programs are subject to change. Please call in advance.

・Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-33-734-4739

・Parking Facilities : Available (Free of charge/For tours only)

・Closed : Mondays, New Year's Day, Seollal (Lunar New Year's Day) and Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving)

・Operating Hours : 09:00-18:00
* Last admission to the exhibition halls 17:30

Admission Fees

Hanji History Exhibition Hall (1st floor) - Free of charge / Planned Exhibition Hall (2nd floor) - Fee applies (* Special planned exhibitions are free of charge)

Admission Fees
Individuals - Adults 2,000 won /Teenagers 1,000 won / Children 1,000 won
Groups (a group of 20 or more) - Adults 1,500 won / Youth 500 won / Children 500 won

* Free admission - Children age 7 and under and seniors age 65 and above
* Adults (age 19 and above), Teengers (ages 13-18), Children (ages 7-13)

Parking Fees


Available Facilities

1st floor- Hanji History Exhibition Hall, Hanji Media Hall, Hanji Craft Room, Hanji Making Room, souvenir shop, and cafeteria
2nd floor - Planned Exhibition Hall, seminar room, office, and reference room
Outdoor - Outdoor stage, Central Square, paper mulberry forest, and hibiscus manihot field


Available (Free of charge/For tourists only)

Reservation Info. for Foreigners

Reservations should be made for group tours, guided tours, activity programs, etc. Please call in advance.

Interpretation Services Offered

PR leaflet (English)


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