Sungnyemun Gate
Sungnyemun Gate
Sungnyemun Gate
Sungnyemun Gate
Sungnyemun Gate
Sungnyemun Gate
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Sungnyemun Gate

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Sungnyemun Gate

Difficulty Level
★★★☆☆

Designed by Paperobean

Description

It works by removing pieces of paper from the form card and putting them together to create a model instead of using a knife, glue, or other potentially harmful tools. All models have a few moving parts such as wheels, propellers, doors, and handles. 

Materials
Recycled card and paper, and soy oil-based ink
Colour
Black + Gray + Olive

Dimensions (L x W x H)
250 x 103 x 120 mm
Shipped From Australia

History

Officially known as the Sungnyemun (Korean: 숭례문; Hanja: 崇禮門, lit. 'Honoring Propriety Door'),[1] is one of the Eight Gates in the Fortress Wall of Seoul, South Korea, which surrounded the city in the Joseon dynasty. The gate, dating back to the 14th century, is a historic pagoda-style gateway and is designated as the first National Treasure of South Korea.