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We were told that we could possibly have lotus rings custom made by an old blacksmith in a remote part of Seoul. We looked for over an hour trying to find his “shop” until we found a small alley we could barely fit through with a tiny door. We heard a steady “ting, ting” hammering noise coming from a small entrance. We walked down to the basement and we discovered this old man sitting in the middle of a room, hammering away. The walls of the room were covered in antique hardware he had made, and the entire room was lit by one light bulb…wow. We’ll record a video clip the next time we go!

We were told that we could possibly have lotus rings custom made by an old blacksmith in a remote part of Seoul. We looked for over an hour trying to find his “shop” until we found a small alley we could barely fit through with a tiny door. We heard a steady “ting, ting” hammering noise coming from a small entrance. We walked down to the basement and we discovered this old man sitting in the middle of a room, hammering away. The walls of the room were covered in antique hardware he had made, and the entire room was lit by one light bulb…wow. We’ll record a video clip the next time we go!

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