Found this set at one of the many traditional furniture stores around Ulsan (it's Korea's wealthiest city, after all). I fell in love and had to have it, and got it for 50,000 won (roughly $45).
I'm definitely a novice at figuring out if it's a high quality set, or even what the pieces are made of (the glazes, what kind of firing, ect). The fascinating part is that the pieces change color when water or tea is poured in or on them, and the color change slowly travels up all the little crackles.
I forgot to get a picture of the characters under the houhin. I'll have to take it later when the sun comes back up.
Also, if I budget accordingly, I may pick up some pieces in a few weeks at the Busan International Tea & Craft Fair
. I wish it didn't occur right before my pay day. I'm going to break the bank.