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  • Baalon collection
  • Designer - Matthew Williams
  • Touch of contemporary charm
  • Enhanced longevity and durability
  • Flacon shaped base
  • Accented with a two toned finish
  • No of lights - 1
  • Wattage - 150
  • 29.75" H x 12" W x 19" W
Description:

The Uttermost Baalon Burgundy Table Lamp brings a touch of contemporary charm to decorate your living space. Crafted with great care, this lamp uses a combination of wood, ceramic and metal in its make which fortifies the structure and enhance the longevity and durability. With a flacon shaped base, the lamp is accented with a two toned finish for that exquisite look. A deep burgundy glaze graces the front and back of the base while the sides and top are embellished with rustic, burnt orange glaze. Chocolate bronze details harmonize the design and give an ultra-modern look to the overall appeal. Rectangle bell shade of this lamp has rustic linen fabric to give a stunning contrast to the design. It comes with a dimension of 29.75" H x 12" W x 19" W.


Devouring an immense budget of 10 billion won, Silmido attracted 1.55 million viewers to Korea's theaters in the first week of release. Moreover, it was honored the Special Jury Prize, Best Supporting Actor (Hur Jun Ho), and Best Adapted Screenplay at the Daejong Awards and Best Supporting Actor, Best Director, and Best Film at the Blue Dragon Awards.


Devouring an immense budget of 10 billion won, Silmido attracted 1.55 million viewers to Korea's theaters in the first week of release. Moreover, it was honored the Special Jury Prize, Best Supporting Actor (Hur Jun Ho), and Best Adapted Screenplay at the Daejong Awards and Best Supporting Actor, Best Director, and Best Film at the Blue Dragon Awards.


In June 1950, a war between North and South Korea broke out, and it quickly engulfed the entire peninsula. A South Korean soldier (Kim Seung Woo) is ordered to take his troops to assist a group of young soldiers defend an area near the Nakdong River. The ragtag group of inexperienced soldiers, which includes criminal bad boy Gap Su (Kwon Sang Woo), is led by Jang Beom (T.O.P), the only one in the group with battle experience. After providing minimal training to the youth squadron, the expert soldiers go off to the Nakdong River to fight the North Koreans. However, the enemy battalion, led by General Park (Cha Seung Won), decided to take an alternate path in the direction of Jang Beom's squad.


In June 1950, a war between North and South Korea broke out, and it quickly engulfed the entire peninsula. A South Korean soldier (Kim Seung Woo) is ordered to take his troops to assist a group of young soldiers defend an area near the Nakdong River. The ragtag group of inexperienced soldiers, which includes criminal bad boy Gap Su (Kwon Sang Woo), is led by Jang Beom (T.O.P), the only one in the group with battle experience. After providing minimal training to the youth squadron, the expert soldiers go off to the Nakdong River to fight the North Koreans. However, the enemy battalion, led by General Park (Cha Seung Won), decided to take an alternate path in the direction of Jang Beom's squad.


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