There is a unique set of handicrafts produced in Korea.Most of the handicrafts are created for a particular everyday use, often giving priority to the practical use rather than aesthetics.These techniques quickly established themselves as the mainstream techniques, but indigenous techniques still survived.There is a tendency towards naturalism with subjects such as realistic landscapes, flowers and birds being particularly popular.Taekkyeon, a traditional Korean martial art, is central to the classic Korean dance.
Ilmu are divided into civil dance (문무, munmu) and military dance (무무, mumu).
Many mask dramas and mask dances are performed in many regional areas of Korea.
The traditional clothing is the genja, it is a special kind of dress that women wear on festivals.
During the Three Kingdoms period, pottery was advanced in Silla.
The pottery was fired using a deoxidizing flame, which caused the distinctive blue grey celadon color.