[INQ. NO. 2108C26] Monami 153 has a simple structure consisting of only five parts: a hexagonal body, a head, a knock, a spring, and an ink refill. Monami has become a nationally recognized writing instrument brand that every Korean has used at one time or another, owing to the convenience and the cost-effectiveness it offers.
Monami 153 is a ballpoint pen that is still sold at a reasonable price of KRW 300. Until today, Monami sold approximately 4.3 billion of this item within and outside of Korea – in fact, if they were lined up, they would circle the globe five times.
Since it was first launched in 1968, another Monami product, Plus Pen 3000, is still loved by consumers of all ages. The solid nip that does not easily soften allows the users to make a more detailed expression, which is one of the special features of Plus Pen 3000. It can be used for calligraphy or to draw sketches because the user can control the thickness of the line with pen pressure.
It is a product that offers a neat design and cost-effectiveness (of KRW 300). Many architects, writers and illustrators who use pens as a part of their jobs have become keen users of the pen.
The recently released Plus Pen 3000 is a watercolor drawing tool with the properties of a water-based pen that spreads well in water, enabling professional and diverse artwork.
Monami, established in 1960, is a brand that represents 61 years of history of Korean writing supplies. Since Monami introduced the 153 ballpoint pen in 1963 as the first ballpoint pen in Korea, Monami sold 4.3 billion of them in and outside Korea and the 153 ballpoint pen has become the best-seller ballpoint pen loved by the people of Korea and the world.
Other products of Monami include Permanent Marker, Oil Magic, Name Pen, Board Marker, and Plus Pen 3000.
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