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I drew a circle.

The circles look different.

This was amazing.

I kept drawing circles.

There is a circle outside the circle.

There is a circle in the circle.

One circle has one core.

There are triangles and squares in the circle.

Circles exchange shapes.

Circles send and receive signals.

The circles are connected.

It's symmetrical.

Circle World keeps changing.

It's alive.

Something appeared in the circle.

I called it "Tokki."

"Tokki" shows the side face.

Tokki shows only one of the two eyes.

Because one circle has one core

Tokki likes circles.

There are new shapes, parts, and spaces.

And the story unfolded.

I've developed ways to record this story.

I called this Tokki language.

The rabbit language changes because the circle world changes.

I'm making a Tokki book in Tokki language.

"Tokki" means rabbit in Korean.

The invisible world has been translated into matter.

This is the real world we live in.

The Circle World, written in the Tokki language, marks the invisible world.



circle world --- invisible




middle world --- Deer forest, Wink Tokki




real world --- visible

The two worlds are connected by small dots.

The two worlds give and take signals.

Tokki came to the middle world.

Here, Tokki shows two eyes.

Close the right eye, open the Left eye.

Close the Left eye and open the right eye.

Tokki repeats winking.

Tokki connects signals from two worlds.

Tokki became a wink Tokki

There is a deer forest in the middle of the two worlds.

When a space clock sounds in the deer forest, horns grow from the deer's head.




Tokki book.

Compressed history, 10,000 pages

Hong Haksoon

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