Dr. Zo Zayong
of its Folk-Arts
and Traditional Religions
|Biography Photo-Essay by David A. Mason
1997 Kyoto Journal article on his work by Lauren Deutsch
Zo's 1980 Article in Korean Culture Journal:
"Shamanistic Art: Cult or Craft?" (.pdf files)
Pages 1~2 Pages 3~4 Pages 5~6 Pages 7~8
Our 2004 Visit to his Center & Tomb, and Rituals
Memorial Ceremony-Gatherings at Seoul's Gahoe Museum
Books by Zo Zayong
Korea Times Magazine Article (in Korean) January 2010
|The biseok was installed and unveiled on November 14th, 2010
We who venerate Dr Zo's spirit, cherish our memories of him and continue his efforts gathered
down at his tomb and his Samshin-Hoegwan Teaching-Center (the former Emille Museum),
in the southern area of Sogni-san National Park, on Saturday-Sunday 2010.11.13~14.
There was a Seminar on Saturday afternoon, and then a dinner with drinks.
We collected enough funds for a standing-stone memorial-monument to be inscribed for him,
and we all unveiled that biseok In a traditional ceremony at his tomb, starting at 10am on
Sunday morning! See this page for maps & info on where the tomb is, and see this page for photos of it.
|KOREAN FOLK-ART TREASURES
that Horae collected or "would have"
Ordinary Sanshin-do, Shindang-dong
Brooklyn Museum, NYC, Sanshin-do
Antique Sanshin-do from the MoS
19th Cen Sanshin-do with I Ching Trigrams
Drunken Gentleman on a mountain,by Jeong Seon
19th-Cen Korean Daoist Painting of Lao Tzu
1833 Sanshin Painting at Jeongchwi-am Hermitage
19th-Century Sanshin Mountain-Spirit Painting #1