Wearingeul Grape Colored Night from the Jung Ji-Yong Literature collection is a pale violet ink with low shading and silver shimmer. It dries in 40 seconds in a medium nib on Rhodia and has a dry flow. Wearingeul ink is made in Korea.
Jeong Ji-yong's poem <The Dream of Wind and Waves> is filled with the yearning for someone. The color of this ink is inspired by such a strong emotion. 'The Night Colored in Grape' fountain pen ink reflects the sky that is becoming tinged with the color of purple. The ink is a soft pastel violet with silver shimmer. You can express different shades of color depending on the amount of ink you use; the finer the line, the lighter the color.
Jung Ji-Yong Literature Ink
Ink that expresses the colors and the poetic emotions of the poem by Jung Jiyong. Jeong Ji-yong, often romanized in literature as Cheong Chi-yong (June 20, 1902 – c. 1950), was a Korean poet and translator of English poetry. Cheong Chi-yong is considered among the most important poets to emerge from the modernist movement in Korea, in fact he has been described as "the first modern Korean poet.
There are three inks in this series: 'A Watery Star' 'The Night Colored in Grape' and 'Floating Cloud'