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Jelly Medicine


Competition: Spark:Spring Student
Designer: Dongho Choi
Design Type: Concept
Company / Organization / School: Hyupsung University
Team Members: Dongho Choi, Jeongho Oh & Ryangtak Oh

Jelly medicine is wrapped in a jelly bubble about the size of a sip of water, so patients do not need to drink water to swallow the pills. Poor hygiene and poor water quality are the causes of many diseases, including cholera and typhoid. Taking medicines with unhygienic water risks developing additional diseases. Jelly Pill eliminates these hygiene problems because it can be swallowed easily without water. Jelly Pill is an eco-friendly material that uses biodegradable plastic to prevent environmental pollution. Even today, there are still many places where it is difficult to take medicine with a sip of clean water. Therefore, Jelly Pill eliminates hygiene difficulties because it can be taken without water. Patients can take their Jelly Pills without the need for water by removing the capsule wrapper and swallowing the Jelly Pills. Jelly Pills can be individually packaged to minimize oxygen contact and prevent nutrients from oxidizing from the moment they are exposed to oxygen. Jelly Pill also provides customized medicines in separate packaging for each patient.