Buncheong Teaware

This plate and teapot are set in a single tone to achieve uniformity, while the tone of each tea cup varies, making them the focal point of the set.

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Plum Blossom Brass Tableware Set for Two

Eco-friendly tableware set produced through the traditional hand-crafted process and the precise alloy ratio of traditional brassware. Thermal-insulating and includes matching lids embellished with a plum blossom pattern.


A coffee dripper made from traditional Korean brass that is durable, heat-conducting, and antibacterial. The surface is engraved with the brand’s name in Hangeul calligraphy.

The Git(Collar) scarf

A scarf inspired by the collar and ribbon of the jeogori (traditional short jacket). A beautiful tribute to the unique outlines and structure of the hanbok.

k-05 Dangui Vest

This vest is made by utilizing the shape of Dangui, a court dress. Also, it has rubber bands in the collars and sides, making it possible for everyone to wear it regardless of their clothing size. It has an anti-stain feature thanks to the high stretch fabrics used that are elastic and water repellent. Moreover, the front part is without decorative items, such as goreum (coat strings), to make sure there are no obstacles while engaging in any activities while wearing this uniform. Buttons are sewed at the end of git, or a band of fabric that trims the collar, to enable attachment and detachment of norigae, an accessory, as one wishes.

Makgeolli glass

Makgeolli cups made with traditional bronze-casting techniques. The shape is inspired by the gourd dipper, which was left in liquor storage jars and used to scoop the liquor out.

GAHA Hunminjeongeum, Korean Script Design Envelope

Blends shapes of Hangeul characters with a modern aesthetic to express the uniqueness and stylistic sophistication of the Korean alphabet. All envelopes feature a simple, clean-cut design.

Grace Flower Cup Set

Cup set inspired by common four-petal flowers such as cabbage and radish flowers. Thermal-insulating and holds tea in the shape of a flower.

Komega Fresh Perilla Seed Oil

The first perilla seed oil made in Korea by New Knowledge Farmer of Korea No. 375, Jeong Hun-baek, on behalf of his thirdgeneration family company. The three-day process of drying, processing, and refining the seeds now involves pressing the fresh perilla seeds at a low temperature instead of roasting them.

Wooden trays with traditional bottle design

Set of wooden trays made with traditional mother-of-pearl techniques and decorated with an image of National Treasure No. 114 (Celadon Melon-shaped Bottle with Inlaid Peony and Chrysanthemum Design).