The Hanji pouch made of antibacterial paper is perfect as a storage place for hygiene items such as masks and cosmetics. The foldable design enables versatile usage - either completely flat to save space or unfolded for plenty of storage space. Thanks to the stable bottom, you can easily take your toiletries or cosmetics in and out while putting on a makeup. The Hanji paper that are made exclusively from natural materials does not use plastic coating, but is still water-repellent and breathable at the same time. However, it is strongly recommended not to wash the pouch. The pouch with minimal design inspired by the Korean national flag is a sustainable gift, regardless of gender or age.
- Material: Hanji (Traditional Paper from South Korea)
- Dimensions: 230 x 150 mm
- 100% plastic-free
Hanji is traditionally handcrafted paper from South Korea. The paper, which can be traced back over 1000 years, is considered to be particularly environmentally friendly and sustainable. No trees are chopped down for paper production, since only the bark of one-year-old mulberry trees’ branches is used as raw material, which grows back after their harvest. The long-fiber bark gives the paper particularly tear-resistant and resilient properties, which is why the traditional Hanji has been used in many areas in Korea for several centuries. Due to its scientifically proven longevity, the pH-neutral paper also plays an important role in the restoration of world-famous cultural assets.
Hanji (Korean Paper) Pouch - Hangul OOO
Fair & Social
The paper is handcrafted under fair conditions in Jeonju, South Korea. The traditional city has been known for high quality Hanji for centuries. As an important part of the local economy, the traditional production of Hanji not only means secure jobs for skilled workers, but also enriches the region with numerous cultural events.
Recycled & Recyclable
The paper used for the production consists entirely of 100% pH-neutral Hanji. It is of course recyclable and has no negative effects on our environment even after disposal.
No animal ingredients are used in the production. The use of environmentally harmful plasticizers is also avoided in the production of the Hanji.