Noodler's Ink Refills Park Red Bottled Ink
The geo-politically charged Noodler's Park Red draws its inspiration and namesake from North Korean freedom fighter Park Sang Hak. The artwork on the bottle depicts North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-Un, shooting fountain pens with an anti-aircraft gun at Park's balloons. The rich red ink is symbolic of Park's fight against the communist regime. For more information regarding the inspiration behind the ink, the artwork, and the story of Park Sang Hak, check out the video made by Mr. Noodler himself, Nathan Tardiff.3 fluid ounces of fountain pen ink.