Master’s graduation project, meanwhile, concentrated on expanding the scope of pattern design within a cultural context. I dismantled South Korea’s 10,000 won currency note, which is by far the most representative, to create new interpretations between the traditional pattern and the true value of the bill. Although the method may be seemingly rather light, the purpose was to critique individuals and society as a whole. I made product’s applied to the purchasing process which takes places in the counter. First we checks the barcode, then wrap, seal with sticker and bag it in the plastic bag. So I made stamp, wrapping paper, sticker and plastic bag with the pattern I designed. With the product, the user can create their own pattern by mixing and layering the pattern. By finding true meaning of happiness, I found it from the money, that most common and powerful tool finding happiness in these days. There are countless numbers of sign and patterns embroidered on the note, with the patterns from South Korea’s 10,000 won currency note and 2 dollar bill, I designed lucky charm that would give us ‘fortune’ with our expectation of happiness. Hanging fortune, by hanging this lucky charms every month, I wished the luck for every one by hanging this calendar.