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Temperature Keeper / Temperature Keeper

Temperature Keeper
Temperature Keeper

Beverages people drink at ordinary times have their temperatures at which the best taste is provided. When cold beverages and hot tea lose their specific temperatures, their tastes go bad. Ice, for example cause beverages to get diluted, bringing about the change of their tastes. Cooling and heating give inconvenience, because they require your waiting until contents reach a proper temperature.


Kookmin University

Kookmin University
Seoul, South Korea


Seung Woo, Jung

Seung Woo, Jung
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Seung woo, Jung Dae Kwan, Park Jeena, Jun