This deadstock traditional Korean dishware made of stainless steel and melamine was sourced during my last buying trip to Seoul this April.
With no particular agenda other than enjoying the first warm day since my arrival I found myself on a stroll down backstreets in a second hand kitchenware, and furniture area.
Feeling like an elephant in a porcelain shop while perusing these cramped little locales adorning haphazardly stacked shelves of cups, bowls, plates, mixers, pots, pans, cooking measuring tools, tupperware, utensils, ashtrays, kettles and other receptacles of varying shapes and sizes. Disrupting poker games, afternoon drinking and generally just looking lost, I rummaged around and asked for prices (to the annoyance of these older aged shop owners) and came out of it with a fine little array of dishware for the shop.
The assembly is currently available in store until stock lasts.