Tuesday, 15 November 2011

The beads processed ashes

INCHEON, South Korea - South Korean people to try new ways to honor the families and relatives had been lost.

About 500 people have changed their loved ones ashes into beads through the services offered by the company Bonhyang here, south of Seoul city.

A 69-year-old man, Kim II-nam digging graves and lodge his father's body to be burned.

He paid U.S. $ 870 (RM2, 728) for his father's ashes are processed into crystal beads resembling gemstones.

"Every time I look at these beads, I thought it was my father and I will remember the happy days with him," said II-nam.

Founder Bonhyang, Bae Jae-Yul said, beads enabled the people to be close to their relatives who had died.

"Our beads are clean and no smell," he said.


According to Jae-Yul, the company uses a very high temperature to melt the ashes and the ashes turned into crystal shaped beads. The process takes about 90 minutes. - Agency


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