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My teenage sister and I decided to try and learn a little bit of Korean pottery so we tried out the pottery class here. It's all very basic. There's a small demonstration with the pottery wheel and a brief talk on the history of Korean...More
Icheon Ceramic Village is a hour away from Seoul downtown. The place is nice for a half day or day trip. Not recommended with very small children. However many shops with quite some ceramic stuff. Big small cheap expensice. One beautiful vase hit our eyes...More
Han Cheon Pottey is owned by a pottery Master Craft, who was being awarded "Master Hand" by the President in 2013. [if this was what I understand correctly..]
My mother, my 10-year old son and myself booked a 1 day tour to this Incheon Pottery...More
This is a beautiful place to make, learn about, buy, or look at korean ceramics. If you book ahead, you can make them. Seeing the traditional kiln was hot.💥, making art was great. There are several shops and a coffeeshop. Lots of ceramic statuary for...More
We stopped at Icheon Ceramic Village to shop and look at ceramics. Many of the shops had similar items for sale. Yet, each had their own styles and different things for sale. I wasn't that impressed, but, perhaps, we didn't see enough as it was...More
Took standard tour to Icheon Ceramic Village to see how they make celadon ceramics. Guide spoke excellent English; 1 hr from COEX to the village. Which is quite substantial. We visited two master hands, one of whom demonstrated throwing a large pot. The beautiful creamy...More
While the pottery village may not be for everyone, it did provide my husband and I with a deeper understanding of Korean culture! We were there on a snowy afternoon in January.
My husband and I do not speak or understand Korean, and we know...More
Having experienced the high price of Korean celedon in Seoul, we boarded the bus for Icheon in search of quality and reasonable prices. Of the many store fronts in the village only one fit our particular celedon search we were looking for. The store had...More
Although I love tripadvisor and always use it when traveling, this is where it falls short--in reaching specialized communities. I am a designer and know a fair amount about furniture and ceramics. Icheon has mass-produced ceramics that will not appeal to you if you are...More
We spent almost five hours wandering around looking at all the different ceramics shops and the kilns and the different work on display. A beautiful sunny day helped and you can stop and have a coffee and explore all the different outlets. If you buy...More