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Late Mr. Kim JangHwan was born in Bucheon on 3rdFebruary 1909. He started working with his grandfather to inherit knowledge and know-how on making bow and inherited to his first and second son (GiWon and GiHeung respectively) then to grandson (HongJin) and his apprentice Kim BakYoung.

In 1971, he was appointed the master artisan of making bow & arrow which is an national intangible cultural heritage no. 47. Before the independence of Korea, he participated domestic archery competitions about 600 times and he won 400 times. He and his son also participated 18 consecutive years in archery competition in Korea.

He spent great time to pass on the knowledge and know-how to the next generation and passed away in July 1984 at the age of 74. He is buried in Pocheon. His publication is “Bow and Arrow in Korea” published in 1977 Mar. It explains about the history of bow and arrows, making bow and arrow, postures and traditions in detail.

Donator Kim GiHeung is the second son of Late Mr. Kim JangHwan born in ShimGok-dong and raised in BuCheon.

He also participated archery competition when he turned 20 and people were interested to see him, his father and brothers competing each other in archery.

He registered himself for the apprentice of master artisan of making bow & arrow which is an national intangible heritage in 1982 and completed it in 1986. His brother who died in an accident and he continued his family run bow and arrow making business but he couldn’t continue due to his health.

In 2004, Kim GiHeung donated about 240 pieces of tools, magazines, bows, arrows and etc related to his father and making bows and arrows business to BuCheon city to commemorate his late father and his effort to keep the history of bow and arrow. 

 

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