Brief on KMU

February Cultural Heritage Exhibition

 

The Keimyung University Hengso Museum displayed a ‘kettle with a low support attached in the bottom' and 'najeon pencil cases' as the cultural relics in February. The Najeon pencil cases were made during the Joseon Dynasty and were used for storing paper and brushes, and the hoofed kettle was made during the Three Kingdoms Period. I had an opportunity to use the kettle, but as there was no other handle on the kettle, I held the low support attached to the bottom and was able to use it. The museum selected the theme toeggi used in ancient times to examine how artifacts have changed in life through knowledge-based knowledge from comb pattern pottery from the Neolithic Age to the Silla Period.