Korea has a long history of handweaving history. Since Gojoseon Age, Koreans obtained silk from silkworms and made ramie fabrics from the ramie.
In Gilssam Pavilion, visitors can see a spinning wheel, a cotton ginning machine, trimming shears, saw, and any other materials related to handweaving, collected from nation widely. In addition, materials and tools related to the cottons imported in the last Goryeo Age are displayed.

Colors made from natural dyeing are very subtle and have its own depth. Even if it becomes discolored, discolored color itself is another beauty. Nature- and environment-friendly natural dyes follow the basic rule: beginning in the nature and returning to the nature. They are one of the ways being closer to the nature.
Natural dyes require sunshine, winds, hands of people and any other touches of nature and people. Since they are dyed softly through many processes, a variety of colors can be seen and dyed color lasts longer. Colors appearing softly along the time are fun and natural points that only natural dyeing can have. Discoloring and appearing of new soft color according the flow of the time are like the cycle of nature and life.