LEONIA, N.J. -- The Presbyterian Church in Leonia will showcase traditional Korean hand embroidery by Kumjoo Ahn through December.
Bo-ja-gi dates back to the Cho-Sen Dynasty from 1392-1910 in Korea.
Traditional Korean embroidery is made with tiny needles and only one hand. It is not only artistry but involves prayer for family and descendants to succeed, live long lives and be healthy and wealthy.
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