Traditional hanji is made in laminated sheets using the we bal method a sheet formation technique , which allows for multi-directional grain  The process of creating hanji also employs dochim , a method of pounding finished sheets to compact fibers and lessen ink bleed. The neutral level that is not harmful to the humans is pH 7, meaning that these papers are acidic. Hangul printed on hanji at a store in Insadong , Seoul. Changhoji pasted on doors at Changgyeonggung. The beginning of the Joseon period — saw continued flourishing of the hanji industry as paper permeated daily lives of Koreans through books, household items, and popular items such as fans and tobacco pouches. As of , twenty-six hanji mills remain operational in South Korea. Archived from the original on Often called Goryeoji, hanji became famous in Asia for its strength and luster, and became a heavy trade item to China. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Hanji.
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