A famous story in Korea which tells us about the deep love of Korean mothers.
Han Seok-bong is the most famous calligrapher of the 16th century, who was famous even in China. What was the reason of his success? It was his "mother."
In the 16th century, Han Seok-bong's mother was a noble woman, but after her husband passed away, she had to make ends meet for her family. Despite difficult circumstances, she did not give up raising her talented son with devotion and love to become a great calligrapher. The famous story is about how she would slice rice cakes in the dark with perfection and prompting her son to achieve perfection in the same way.
A well-known calligrapher of the same name living in the now, in the 21st century, follows the footsteps of Han Seok-bong of the 16th century, and ends up at the grave of his own mother who passed away when he was young. It's a story of the never changing love of the mothers of Korea.