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Most menues in Asia include some kind of soup. To cook soup, you have to pour water into a pot and move it from the sink to a gas stove or take water from another container and pour it into the pot. The pierced rail in the sink with a movable substation was designed to avoid this inconvenience. Thanks to the slidable substation, the facet can be moved to the gas stove and thus the water can be poured directly into the pot.
Cheongju, South Korea
Hyoung wuk Moon,