Flower arrangements for tea table is touch of elegance in live unifying with
nature that expressed by not using strong scent flowers for a reason
that it might obstruct the aroma of tea.
Floral arrangement was generally used in religious ceremony throughout the world.
Occidental floral arrangement, extended along with the history of Christianity, was focused on beauty of
color and dimension; comparably, oriental floral arrangement, extended along with the history of Buddhism in Korea,
China, India, and Japan, was focused on beauty of lines and space.
The history of Korean floral design can be traced since the fifth century.
From the fifteenth century, the structural formation of floral design was
constructed and concrete theory was recorded in writings and drawings.
The famous murals from the period of Three Kingdoms (Silla,
Goguryeo, and Baekje) show simple but symbolical drawings of flower.
During the period of Goryeo, the profession for floral arrangement and the profession for storing flower existed.
There was diversity in materials used in floral arrangements, especially in bases such as the famous Korean celadon bases.
In the Joseon Dynasty, floral arrangements were used in national ceremonies and it started to appear as everyday life style.
Design structures which used during Joseon Dynasty can be easily found in contemporary arrangements.