The late Paik Ki-wan is intact at the head of the Gwanghwamun section in Seoul in March 1, 2017, keeping the front seat of the’Candle Rally for Park Geun-hye’. It is a figure wearing a’Nulma’ cover made by CEO Ki-yeon Lee in a disposable raincoat. Provided by the Institute for Unification Problems
Families of the redeemer in the 1985’Mincheongryeon Incident’
When fighting lonely with private house cooperatives,’the crutch’
I made’our clothes’ and boasted of being’our daughter’
Completed a very thick and long’cover’ in 2014
Into the cold breeze street calling you’no you’
Riding the Hope Bus and the built-in candlelight assembly
I’ll even coat you with the last mossar ring
“Mr. Ki-wan Baek, who makes the clothes?”, “My daughter does it.” I met Paik up close in 1985, during the’Fifth Republic of Korea’, when prisons across the country were overflowing with prisoners of conscience. At that time, my husband was also taken to the Grand Office in Namyeong-dong, Seoul, in the case of ‘Mincheongryeon’. Most of the wives of the redeemer of’Min Qing Ryeon’, including myself, had been working together as comrades of the democratization movement, so they felt the intensity of the notorious torture. Immediately, it was decided to jointly deal with the redeemer’s family by establishing a private house cooperative (democratization practiced family movement council). At the time when all the movement spheres had to be submerged underground, the private house cooperatives were both a corps of association and a vanguard, and mothers became all-weather and national fighters who were worried about the sons and daughters of others. In that lonely time of struggle, Teacher Paik, along with Ik-hwan Moon and Gye Hoon-je, served as a strong support for us. Around that time, I first heard about Jangsan Gotmae from Paik. I also heard about Mokji and Golgute. It was at that time that I came out of the art college and became a “innocent lady,” where detectives and members of the Ahn Ki-bu are trying to contemplate from “a picture man” who is contemplating “national form.” In the face of tremendous national violence, culture, dignity, and professionalism were nothing more than a single sword, and you had to ask yourself what true courage is, every moment when fear strikes. One day, my juniors were worried that their activity expenses were running out, so I drew the stories I heard from Paik and made a folding screen-style New Year’s card to sell. It seems that a lot of profits have been collected. In addition, Jangsan Gotmae, Baekdusan Tiger, Jangsu Horse, Chireungso, Om Toad, and Lee Sim continued to draw stories and spread them as’national symbols’. His relationship with Paik began like this. From then on, Paik always wore our clothes that I made. Nevertheless, he always asked me to make a’goguryeo cover’. Whenever I did, I asked. How to make it. And after a long time, in the early winter of 2014, I finally made a very thick, very long, very wide’cover’. The teacher named the clothes’Nulma’. ‘Nulma’ is a word by Paik, which means wide land and continent.
In 2014, Paik Ki-wan asked CEO Ki-yeon Lee to build a winter clothing, “Nulma,” which is thick and large like a “Goguryeo cover,” and visited the shady sites of our society even in the middle of winter. It looks like he was dressed up at a candlelight rally in January 2017. Provided by the Institute for Unification Problems
The winter clothes’Nulma’ was so thick and heavy that it was not easy for even adults to wear and take off alone. In December 2017, Baek Ki-wan, wearing a null mask, stands up with the support of two people. Reporter Kim Kyung-ae
When building’Nulma’, the teacher was obsessed with a very thick fabric. As I watched such a teacher, several scenes overlapped me. ‘In a house like Hwangseong’s old site, Baek Ki-wan is a barefoot young man, Baek Ki-wan, who is looking at the back of school with his peers wearing school uniforms and coats. . However, the place where the teacher wore that mask was a place where, despite the passing of the years, there was still a strong wind and a cold biting flesh. From the top of the tall crane to Gwanghwamun Square. The teacher wore that’nullma’ and rode the Hope Bus to save the workers and guarded the scene of the candlelight rally. The reason the teacher insisted on such thick fabric was not because of the poor old days, but because of the present. ‘Nulma’ is wide, so anyone can wear it together, and it can be worn to fit the body. The teacher’s’deficiency’ penetrates with the’nonamegi spirit’ that meets and shares the concept of’sharing’ in our clothes. In addition, it is finished with an open structure that can be opened and worn according to each individual. ‘Sharing and open structure’, I usually think of it as the core aesthetics of our clothes and design clothes. If western clothes are leather bags, our clothes are furoshiki. Western clothes are a closed structure that has to fit the body, whereas our clothes are an open structure that fits the body.
On February 17th, at the inauguration ceremony of the late Paik Ki-wan, held at Seoul National University Hospital, CEO Ki-yeon Lee puts on a shroud made of ramie, and finally puts on a silk scarf. Provided by the Hankyoreh Doure Cooperative
The ‘Doctor Paik Memorial Documentary’, which aired on (KBS) last week, begins like this. “The clothes I wear are our clothes, and what you are wearing is western clothes.” There are many artists around the teacher, and there are many anecdotes that are known because the teacher himself was an artist with a high eye for poetry, dance, and painting. However, few people know how well-dressed a teacher is. However, you will be able to feel it even if you select a few photos with a time difference, since Bong-joon Jeon’s trousers and a short black robe of Kim Gu, I think that Paik Ki-wan is the only person who has succeeded in the popular symbolization of our clothes. Our clothes are made with half the people who make it and half the people who wear it. Paik Ki-wan is the most outstanding’example’ of our clothes of this era. He says. “Take off your clothes stained with the West, stained with capitalism, and stained with consumer culture. And the more you wear it, the more you wear clothes that become more human.” Wearing our clothes beautifully is a daily struggle. It is possible only when you are always awake. On February 17th, 2021, I put on the last clothes of Paik Ki-wan. On top of the cotton-colored, white ramie durumagi, and the white ramie robe I usually wore, this ramie durumagi was put on and put on pus. I hung a green damask and a silk scarf. In’The March for You’ and weeping, I put on the last clothes like that. There are many people who will make’Proof of Origin’ as Baek Ki-wan. They are all his sons and daughters. Paik Ki-wan left a big homework for us, “My daughter does it”. Kiyeon Lee/Jilkyungyi Representative of Woori Clothes and Director of Unbongheon of the Living Culture Center