Although the curator system of South Korea officially started in 2001, it has not taken root yet. Because most active curators do not have a certificate, concerned scholars are making efforts to complement and establish the curator system. Although there are currently numerous museums and art galleries that own a number of costumes and textiles in Korea, the number of curators who majored in the history of costume is very low. Despite the growing importance and the increase in costume-related exhibition than any other fields, this shortage of qualified curators resulted in the lack of specialty for the management and exhibition of past costumes. To solve this problem, there needs to be more hire for curators, in proportion to the possession and exhibition of costumes, who major in the history of costume. The history of costume must also be part of the curator test and be required even for the internship. And there must be education for curators who currently deal with costumes without having majored in the study of costume, history of costume students who want to become a costume-related curator in the future, and the general public. The contents for education must include the knowledge of artifacts, theories to enhance the management capacity, and practice in the museum.
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