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A Healing Jelly, Danok
Competition: Spark:Spring Student
Designer: WonJae Lee - Students
Design Type: Packaging, Food Packaging
Company / Organization / School: Hoseo University
Team Members: Daegeun Joo & Sangil Lee
Danok means seeping in and melting into your throat. In the latest social context, the increase in dust concentrated in Asia will continue. One of the groups that is effectively affected by this is families and children with no economic or regional conditions, and when you look at those people looking for them in this situation, they're usually grocery stores going to buy cold medicine or small grocery stores that buy local pharmacies, can't they be found a little closer? The design is a healing food developed for display at snack stands and small supermarkets in front of schools that sell substandard food. Healing foods are made from four herbs (Cherry Sage, Lungwort, Lobelia, Eucalyptus) that are good for the throat and lungs. Healing care products have eliminated awareness of junk food. You can see product information from the front, and if you open the structure from behind, you can eat jelly from your hands. After eating it, you can easily throw it away by crumpling it with your hands, and it is naturally decomposed using eco-friendly paper. The natural form and function and approach to eco-friendly package development reveal the philosophy of this project.