Ssangkye tea

A nice present from students of the Computational Metallurgy Laboratory, POSTECH to Harry

The Korean script on the wrapping is ancient and no longer in use

Accents and dots are not present in modern Korean

Ssangkye tea

On the left is the tea, right the pot

.. and a wodden spoon

The pot is quite sophisticated. The tea leaves are placed in the section on the left, which is then filled with hot water and place in the bit on the right.

.... as illustrated here

Here are the tea leaves in the water. The leaves can be used twice.

When ready, the red button on the top is pushed to let the tea percolate through

Dr Zhang and Harry (taking the photograph) enjoy on the day before the New Years eve (new year = January 23rd)

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