These notes contain a treatise by a Sungwon Kim, a brilliant card magician with an appreciation for traditional print medium.
IMPORTANT NOTE RE: Video titled, “Having A Non-White Name: THIS IS NOT Sungwon featured in the video but a filmographer that goes by: ProZD. There has been a lot of people sending us e-mails about this product, and hard to believe but true – they are having trouble with the spelling of Sungwon’s name! Can you believe it? Well – even us at Stevens Magic incorrectly added a “G” after his name. So to help everyone we are sharing this hilarious video. Sungwon brought it to our attention “after” we “cough cough” revised his ad copy several times!
Seven Thoughts is Sungwon’s first book in English. It contains seven total items, some from his previous works in Korean: Leaf Boat(2010), Imagery(2016). Also included is ‘Broken Canvas’ – a brand new effect. When Leaf Boat was first published in Korean, it sold out in only two days! Remember, none of Sungwon’s routines have been published in English before. So the entire book is loaded with powerful, routines for the English speaking market.
Stevens Magic is excited to feature Sungwon Kim who we first met in Las Vegas several years ago. This product is the perfect marriage of modern-art and we are happy that Sungwon Kim decided to feature it in classic print-medium. The booklet features 63 full-color photos that are enticing and visual. The testimonials below are impressive not only in content but equally with authority with respect to the names that provided them, all of whom have solid established reputations.
- Spread Cull Double Turnover
- Swing Cut Aces
- Four Cards
- Stream Move
- Leaf Boat
- Sungwon Control
- Broken Canvas (Media rights NOT included)
“Sungwon’s Stream Move is a wonderful way to produce and display a single card. The moment I saw him do it, I took out my deck and wanted to learn it.” – Lee Asher
“‘Seven Thoughts’ is a misnomer. It is obvious that many more thoughts have gone into Sungwon’s work: From beautiful to practical to highly ingenious – I have personally counted at least forty-two thoughts! Well done!” – Pit Hartling
“Sungwon Kim’s ‘Seven Thoughts’ is one of the most orchestrated booklets I have read in a long time. One can feel the compassion Sungwon has for magic by hum sharing his thoughts with the reader.”– Howard Hamburg
28 pages, Saddle Stitched, Coated cover, 63 full color photos. Size: 5.8″ x 8.3″ (148mm x 211mm)