Here are a couple of bags that are inspired by the traditional Kee Chew-Mo-Ni. They are not exactly the traditional design and are made out of cotton, but have a similar style. When B1 saw them, he said “They’re lucky bags!” He has just been learning about Korean traditions in school for lunar new year. Chew-Mo-Ni actually means “lucky bag” or “luck bag.” Chew is luck and Mo-Ni is bag. The name is appropriate since they were used to carry coins and other valuables. This variation has ears, or “kees”, so it is a kee chew-mo-ni.