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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro takes part in military ceremony Haenyeo are a part of Korea's unique indigenous cultural heritage, with a history dating back to The talented women start diving from very young, from when they are 13 to 15 years old, and dive throughout their lives. They work individually but at least two people are in the water at the same time so they are used to taking care of each other. Their equipment includes a round flotation device called a tewak, which has a net dangling from it to capture the harvested food, which include dug conches, abalone and various other sea creatures. I really wish I can help in some way,' Kim said of her exhibition commemorating the women.