Notice in the picture above and below the onggi chimneys, which connect to the ondol heating system.
Here's the front of his beautiful house (made by him and his wife). It has clay walls covered in handmade paper on the inside.
Mr. Oh helped Mr. Song build this wood kiln in 2002.
Hanging from the eaves of the house are traditionally made blocks of meju - the first step in making traditional Korean soy sauce and soy bean paste. After hanging under the eaves and fermenting for the winter, the meju is placed in large onggi jars with water and salt to ferment more.
We bought two pots from Mr. Song that we are really excited about. These photos don't really do them justice, but unlike a lot of pots we've seen, they are funky and a little wobbly in a way that feels really honest - hard to pull off!
Here's the foot of the bowl on the left... Our visit to Mr. and Mrs. Song's was very short, and we really hope to visit them again before we go and spend some more time in their gorgeous house.