There are couple of reasons for this but mainly it's because of the cost..Augustus Agamemnon wrote:I have to admit there aren't many Korean books that show complex designs).
You see, here in Korea, Origami is not that popular among the various generations and there are still biased views over origami as 'kid-things'. So we mainly sell the books with easy designs aimed at children consumers(majority in number). Otherwise, if we make books with complex models aiming at mania class(minority in number), we may fail to sell the books and have a deficit..
If you guys are supportive and have intentions to buy the books, we can make..