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Table made with Hanji and discarded paper fibers from a paper company by using dochim method, which is pounding finished paper sheets to compact fibers.
Hanji (Kor : 한지) is the name of traditional handmade paper from Korea. Hanji is made from the inner bark of paper mulberry, a tree native to Korea. Traditional hanji is made in laminated sheets using the we bal method (a sheet formation technique), which allows for multi-directional grain The process of creating hanji also employs dochim, a method of pounding finished sheets to compact fibers and lessen ink bleed.