Yugi is a highly antibacterial material. Therefore, the effect of cooking utensils made from Yugi is remarkable. According to the traditional intangible cultural asset, Yugi spoon and chopsticks, along with traditional fermented foods, can strengthen bones due to its antibacterial action and the nature of preserving vitamins and proteins, preventing arthritis and rheumatism, preventing osteoporosis, and preventing all diseases resulting from mouth disease such as blood pressure control, liver protection, stroke and laryngeal cancer. In the hot summer when there was no refrigerator, the sterilization process is excellent, as there was no stomachache such as food poisoning, even if you washed the rice that had already been washed out in the water that was taken out after putting a Yugi spoon in it for a while. When washed raw vegetables, they deliberately used them as an Yugi bowl to wash them all away because of the strong action of Yugi. In the absence of a spoon, a small Yugi spoon was placed in it to wash it. This also has the effect of sterilizing and removing pests. From the day you change the spoon to Yugi, you will not get sick, and the mouth disease will be better.
There are, of course, differences in the quality of food, between food and dish, but there are significant differences in the way we eat. I thought it was most important for users to feel the sensibility of ingestion in their hands because of the angle at which Yugi enters and leaves their mouth, to feel like they are eating a hearty dish that is valuable. The object, which enters the mouth and exits through the lips that are most sensitive to human parts, may have been designed through the most difficult process. Months of repeated research and experimentation have resulted in the smoothest curvature being set out of the mouth, and the amount of food that is contained is also designed to be properly and decently ingested.
Malgum Spoon & Chopsticks
When you think of clearness and cleanness, you think of water, and the hexagonal determinant, the healthiest condition of the water. Such a ring structure was conceived as a favorite of the body cells, imagining that they would naturally soften from the six-sided hard form and taste the clean, deep sincerity when touched.
Malgum cutlery is derived from Malgum spoon and chopsticks. It consists of a spoon, fork, and knife and resembles a hexagonal crystal ball of water, such as Malgum spoon and chopsticks. The grasping part is hexagonal with a thickness that is easy to grasp, but the mouth part is made of a flat, smooth curve so that it doesn't have any foreignness at mealtime.
Binyeo Spoon & Chopsticks
Binyeo are named "Binyeo" because it resemble the shape of Binyeo which used to decorate women's hair. We've created a Binyeo as a tool to help us keep our meals tidy, such as a Binyeo used to keep our hair tidy. The more the Binyeo goes down, the wider it is, and then the more it ends up gathering.
Caturi Spoon & Chopsticks
It resembles the shape of a female pheasant tail and is named a Caturi. Caturi are sleek but not sharp, so they can be used in a more sophisticated way. Pheasant has long been recognized as an animal very friendly to our people. It often appears in folktales, novels, pansori and plays, and there are many proverbs that are compared to pheasant. As such, we hoped to have a more comfortable meal by naming the pheasant that is friendly to us.
Bronzeware(Copper 78% + Tin 22%)
210 x 40
No. 77 Intangible Cultural Property of Brassware Making (Yugijang)