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Duruduru is a product that re-interprets South Korea’s traditional games based on the culture and the beauty of Korea. Duruduru's play kit was designed in a modern way while re-interpreting the meaning of traditional games. It contains the identity of the country that donated the product by having special characteristics of materials and figures. The kit consists of cases, tools for play, and manuals that provide the instructions of the games and function as a Yut board.
The product consists of four types of play tools: Ju-Ryeong-Gu, Yut-Nori, Juk-Bang-Ul, and Jegi-Chagi, which can be played both in a static or an active manner.


Hongik University

Hongik University
Sejong, South Korea

Kyeongyeon Yun,
Hongik University

Soobin In,
Hongik University