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Wearingeul The Flowers on the Way- Spring Ink

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  • Wearingeul The Flowers on the Way- Spring Ink
  • Wearingeul The Flowers on the Way- Spring Ink
  • Wearingeul The Flowers on the Way- Spring Ink

Wearingeul

Wearingeul The Flowers on the Way- Spring Ink

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'The Flowers on the Way' fountain pen ink portrays the bright pink color of the azalea that is a sure sign of spring. From the overall base color of toned down pink and crimson, the ink displays a bluish light and dries as a color close to violet.

Kim So Wol Literature Ink

Ink that expresses the four seasons as seen by poet Kim So-wol. Kim So-wol (September 7, 1902 - December 24, 1934) was a Korean poet famous for his contributions to early modern poetry. Throughout his life he wrote his poignant poetry in a style reminiscent of traditional Korean folk songs. The most prized example of this style was "Azaleas", the title poem of his sole collection.

There are four inks in this series: 'The Flowers on the Way- Spring' 'Flowing Leaves- Summer' 'The Song of the Reed- Autumn' and 'Half Moon with Dimmed Light- Winter'.