Pattern design using Guimoon (goblin) pattern
- Goblin pattern that brings out the good luck
- Since ancient times, these goblin patterns have been engraved on roof tiles and have been used as guardian deities of the house to prevent evil spirits from entering the house. This goblin pattern can also be found on roof tiles of Baekje, and it can be confirmed that it was also used in Baekje to prevent bad luck.
- By patterning Guimoon patterns, it values the modernization of unique culture through reinterpretation of unique patterns and
- traditional patterns that cannot be seen in existing ready-made products such as scarves, neckties, and accessories.
Description of Guimoon pattern design
- Goblin pattern
- It was used as a tie design based on the goblin pattern with the image of bad luck in the Baekje era, and the white pattern was borrowed from a part of the mirror from the tomb of King Muryeong.
- Gold and silver belt
- It is a belt decoration excavated from the tomb of King Muryeong in Gongju and has a goblin pattern engraved on the gold decoration at the bottom of the drapery. The goblin pattern at that time was used to prevent disasters, diseases, and bad luck, and it was more friendly because it was accompanied by a humorous element rather than scary.
- It is one of the three bronze mirrors from the tomb of King Muryeong, and the person depicted in this mirror seems to represent a divine being, with a top on his head, half-naked and wearing only triangle bottoms, holding a spear in his hand and hunting four large beasts.
- Scarf and tie with a story
- Scan the QR code and you will find a description of the design.