Chaekkori, an 8-fold screen painting
In Korea, screen paintings were essentially used as room decorations. Screens designed for women's quarters were usually decorated with peonies, symbols of fertility and prosperity, while screens for the men's quarters (sarangbang), were decorated with chaekkori (literally books and scholarly 'equipment').
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