It's mostly only the colors and names that separate Korean enameling techniques from those of China or Japan, according to Lee. “In Korea they used to use only seven colors,” he says. “It’s different now, but I tried to stick with the traditional colors: red, white, blue, green.”
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It's mostly only the colors and names that separate Korean enameling techniques from those of China or Japan, according to Lee. “In Korea they used to use only seven colors,” he says. “It’s different now, but I tried to stick with the traditional colors: red, white, blue, green.”