Wearingeul (30ml) Korean Female Modern Writer Inks
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The Literature Inks of the Korean brand Wearingeul, or The Color of Literature Project, consists of different series of fountain pen inks in which the colors are inspired by the color moods of literary works. The No.3 Korean Female modern writer series expresses the atmosphere of 4 different Korean female writers in modern times.
'Human Issue' fountain pen ink focuses on the character in Kang Kyung Ae's novel. A vibrant dark red ink with black tones are the main colors of the ink. 'Human Issue' presents a wilting burgundy flower. The smooth ink flow, it shows a beautiful dark red hue with stable visibility.
‘Stonecutter’s Song’ by Kim Myung Sun illustrates the color of lonely granite, with a red gray color which softly gradates. The color of this ink is quite subtle and its looks varies from a red gray to a pastel brown.
‘Kyeong-Hee’ by Na Hye Seok is the inspiration for an ink that portrays the bright sun light at 4pm on a sunny day. The amber color shows bright orange and also a warm brown color hue. The amber and brown colors have soft shading properties.
This ink color 'Path' (Dojeong) by Ji Ha Ryun resembles the sunlight through the leaves of the trees. Golden glitters are spattered on an olive green base with a distinctive shading.