Colorverse Korea Special Ink Bottle - Danoje Festival (No. 048) - 15 ml
The Gangneung Danoje Festival, designated as both a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage and a National Intangible Cultural Asset, is held annually. Dano is on the 5th day of the 5th lunar month, which is one of the four major traditional holidays in Korea along with Seol-lal (Lunar New Year's Day), Chu-seok (Korean Thanksgiving Day), and Dong-ji (Winter Solstice).
"Dan" means 'beginning' or 'start', and "O" refers to the 5th day of the month.
"Danoje Festival" ink is mint color ink, we intend to express the inspiration drawn from the traditional ceremonial attire and the Aristocrat's mask dance drama, "Gwanno," which is one of the performing arts during the Danoje Festival.
The ink is a clear ink that makes it seem transparent like the coat worn by aristocrats during the Joseon Dynasty.
When you spread it for the first time, you can feel the warm color and vitality as it dries from a mint color with a strong blue color. Since the ink is thin, we recommend you to use it with a bold nib.
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