[Edited 11/14: An astute reader (more astute than me at 9:30pm) noticed that the company website is visible in the logo, giving a good hint as to what the mystery device might be. If any readers speak Korean, we might be able to solve this mystery stat.]
My mother-in-law just got back from an extended trip to Korea. She bought us a lot of
stuff while she was there, including a heat lamp of the type that considerate acupuncturists use to keep your feet warm during a treatment. I was all excited about this until I realized that it it designed to be used in Korea with Korean electricity. I know that we could buy a converter, but this is no hair dryer that I want to use in France. This thing is going to suck up a looooooot of energy. Seems like a converter would be a bad idea.
But I digress.
I promised a game and a game there shall be! And please let it be known that this is my second post of the day; I didn't think that whooping cough post counted.
So here's the game. It's a guessing game. This is one of the items that my mother-in-law sent us. We're not sure what it is and we haven't had a chance to talk to her about it and find out. Do any of you Internets know?
First, a front view of the device. It's about the size of a rolling file box:
Now a view of the interior with the lid off:
In case any of you speak Korean, here's a close-up of the control panel:
And finally, a close-up of the logo on the front of the device:
GH thinks it's some kind of foot bath. I think you cook something in it. What about you? Thoughts?