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Duruduru / Toy

Duruduru

Duruduru is a modern reinterpretation of traditional games based on Korean play culture and Korean aesthetics. Duruduru's play kit was designed by modern reinterpreting traditional games through materials and morphological characteristics while having the identity of the donor country while being grouped into one category. The kit consists of cases, play tools, and manuals that can hold games and function as a Yut board. The composition of the play consists of four types of play tools: Ju-Ryeong-Gu, Yut-Nori, Juk-Bang-Ul, and Jegi- Chagi, which can be played in a static or active manner.

University

Hongik University

Hongik University
Sejong, South Korea

Kyeongyeon Yun,
Hongik University

Soobin In,
Hongik University