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Analysis of Korea Buncheong ware by Bunjang (White slip) technique
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Analysis of Korea Buncheong ware by Bunjang (White slip) technique
Kim, Hae-Jin; Ro, Hae-Sin; Kim, Won-Seok;
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Bunjang is one of the oldest and the best known traditional pottery technique in the Korean ceramic history, which still remains popular today. This research designed for understanding origin and changing history of Bunjang, Birth of Buncheong ware, Definition of Buncheong ware, process of Bunjang, Texture of clay, Glaze, and firing, form, decorative pattern, technique of Bunjang, CIngredients and Raw material: Proportion of raw materials. Bujang technique that can be called beginning of modern ceramic art in Korea, in this research, we can recognize the aesthetic value of Bujang and how modern ceramic artists are going to take advantage of Bunjang technique for their own use.
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