How a Master Potter Makes Giant Kimchi Pots Using the Traditional Method — Handmade


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Jin-Gyu discovered the historical artwork of onggi pot-making from his oldsters. Today, he’s the youngest of about 20 other people left in Korea who’re qualified to correctly recreate conventional Korean onggi, a procedure which calls for intense bodily exertions and adherence to standard tips. The pots are used to carry kimchi, soy bean paste, pink pepper paste, and different meals that require air to ferment, which the clay — constructed from Korean rain water, crops, and mountain soil — supplies.

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Producers: Pelin Keskin, Carla Francescutti
Director/Field Producer: Nadia Cho
Camera: Gerald Lee, Tim Han
Editor: Murilo Ferreira

Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
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Coordinating Producer: Stefania Orrù
Audience Engagement: Daniel Geneen, Terri Ciccone
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41 thoughts on “How a Master Potter Makes Giant Kimchi Pots Using the Traditional Method — Handmade”

  1. 1. It's clay it don't talk back. 2. It's clay throwing it is fun not religion. 3. It's clay if a person wants to they can learn to make a pot as big as they want to. I'm from Texas, so my clay is better, right? Watered down clay is slip. AAAHHH!!! Just squish it and throw it not worship it.

  2. Absolutely a five star video. Love him passion for his trade, and his love to share the valuable knowledge he has gained in his life time.Korean culture has shown me their passion for what they do and love.

  3. Society these days has made it this way, every year that technology gets better, it's another year that our future hand made businesses slowly die off because no one wants to sweat for a wage… This is where people on welfare/benefits would place well in, learning an almost extinct craft/trade & also bettering themselves by being there and opening people's minds. I never did a trade, but I did do a multitude of jobs over the years that gave me experience someone in one trade doesn't have…

  4. He should harness technology, electricity to do the physical work and get to spend more time on the artistic part of the process.
    I don't particularly like drudgery and can't wait to do the designing part of anything.

  5. This man is amazing, his craft is so beautiful, this video made my day. To see the whole process and care he takes to make such pots/jars to burning them in the fire oven to avoid cracks, it's simply amazing to watch!! I wish I had learned this when I was young

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