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House Of The Women Of The Sea - 해녀 - House Of The Women Of The Sea (CDr)


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  1. The Haenyeo (women divers), some in their 80s, dive to collect seaweed, shellfish and other seafood in a unique way (Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO). You can still see some of these sea mermaids 'at work' and learn all about their history and culture in the Haenyeo museum on Jeju island. Continue reading for impressive facts and practical information.
  2. Women usually dived into shallower areas of the sea, compared to men. Due to lack of men, a great deal of women had to dive into the deep sea to get seafood. As sea diving became a female-dominated industry, many of the haenyeo subsequently replaced their husbands, as the primary laborer.
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  4. In Jeju Island, there is a community of women, some aged in their 80s, which goes diving 10m under the sea to gather shellfish, such as abalone or sea urchins for a living without the help of oxygen masks. With knowledge of the sea and marine life, the Jeju haenyeo (female divers) harvest for up to seven hours a day, 90 days of the year holding.
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  6. Sea Cadets National Competition & Events. Good luck to S/Lt Natalie Davies CO Scarborough Unit who is a finalist in the Women in Defence Awards The presentations are tonight and we are hoping that Natalie is the winner. #WIDAwards17 #whatwedo Sea Cadets Scarborough Sea Cadets.
  7. Feb 18,  · We travel onwards to the isolated island of Marado, where three generations of sea women are preparing for a dive. Today is the start of the conch season, and they work hard whatever the .
  8. The Haenyo, or “sea women” are female divers from Jeju Island, an island off the coast of South Korea. Sometimes referred to as Korean Mermaids, these women can dive up to 20 meters and hold their breath for several minutes in search of octopus, conch, seaweed, and sea urchin.
  9. Sep 29,  · [Korean Culture ] 99 해녀, Haenyeo Female Divers, Icons of Korean Traditional Diving Culture.

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