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Bichup Self-Generating Anti-Aging Concentrate, Special Edition
The power of Bichup rejoices with the beauty of Korean Royal palace. Special encounter
with a renowned French artist and designer

The special edition of Bichup Self-Generating Anti-Aging Concentrate rejoices with the beauty of Korean Royal palace. Being inspired by classic architectural patterns within royal palace, the essence of the royal culture, with various symbols, the special edition was born as an iconic design in collaboration with the renowned French artist and designer, Pierre Marie.

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Pierre Maric

Pierre Marie is an artist who has designed over 30 Hermes scarves.
Pierre is very fond of Eastern culture and is famous of infusing Eastern culture and oriental motif in his numerous collaborations with luxury fashion brands.
Today, we are honored to introduce a spectacular gift box designed by Pierre Marie, through his unique artistic perspectives

Pierre Marie Studio in Paris sketches
the beautiful Korean Royal palace.
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Revealing hidden royal stories in the gift box design of Bichup Self-Generating Anti-Aging Concentrate, Special Edition, which delicately combines symbolic patterns found in beautiful Korean palaces such as Dancheon, Kkotdam and Suhosang together with classic architectural designs and exotic elements

Gyeongbokgung Palace Gyeongbokgung Palace is the imperial and primary palace of Joseon Dynasty. Located in the center of Seoul, this is the place where you can physically feel the dignity and grace in royal culture. The part that connects Gwanghwamun Gate and Gyotaejeon (main residing quarters by the Queen) is the key part of the palace, which was built symmetrically according to the geometric order.

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Special Edition of Bichup Self-Generating Anti-Aging Concentrate, Revealing the story of our palace through the exquisite design
  • 1.Decorated Giwa
  • 4.Kkotdam in Jagyeongjeon
  • 2.Animal Statues Guarding the Palace
  • 5.Wolmun
  • 3.Dancheong
  • 6.Folding Screen filled with Symbols of Longevity
1.Decorated Giwa

This roof tile protects the palace from fire or bad luck while filling the palace with dignity. On each side of the roof, there are dragon-shaped decorated Giwa called ‘Chwidu’ and ‘Yongdu’. ‘Japsang’, which is in line in front of Yongdu, are shaped of persons or animals such as dragon, phoenix, xiechi or heavenly horse. These unique architectural patterns is present only in the buildings within royal palaces.

2.Animal Statues Guarding the Palace

Geunjeongjeon in Gyeongbokgung Palace was where the Emperor held court, important events or welcomed foreign delegates. The place is “guarded” by 56 statues of animals. From the bottom left, you can see the statue of turtle, ox and monkey. The last one is tianlu, which is a Chinese mythical hybrid creature that protects the palace from evil spirits. There are 4 tianlus in Yeongjecheon between Heungnyemun and Geunjeongmun.

3.Dancheong

Blue, red, yellow, white and black are the 5 major colors being used widely in various patterns and designs to fill the buildings with vibrancy. The splendid ceiling patterns with lotus and other royal flowers illustrates artistic delicacy in royal culture.

4.Kkotdam in Jagyeongjeon

Jagyeongjeon is the place where the Empress used to stay, which is surrounded by Kkotdam decorated with red and splendid patterns of seasonal flowers and trees such as apricot blossom, peach, peony, pomegranate, chrysanthemum, and bamboos. These symbols represent longevity, wealth, and fame. From the upper right corner: peach for longevity, pomegranate for abundance and many children, apricot blossom for spring and peony for prosperity.

5.Wolmun

Arch-shaped door that is made of stone and looks like the moon.

6.Folding Screen filled with Symbols of Longevity

10 elements symbolising longevity (sun, cloud, mountain, water, pine tree, crane, deer, turtle, reishi mushroom, peach) are often seen on folding screens, just as the chimney of Jagyeongjeon has been engraved with the same symbols of longevity
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This is the folding screen specially placed right behind Emperor seat in Joseon Dynasty, decorated with 5 mountain peaks, sun, moon and pine trees. This also demonstrates the authority of the Emperor

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