Angie has been obsessed with paper goods and stationery ever since she was a kid. Growing up in Korea, she was surrounded by stores selling all kinds of beautiful stationery goods. Every time she got an allowance, she would get herself a cool pen or a notebook. As a kid, she can recall loving the feeling of paper and how a pen glides on it. Thus, it was natural that she started to make her own stationery and launched Poketo.
Most of Poketo’s stationery is designed in-house, and sometimes by artists that they love, and manufactured in Korea as Angie believes that they have the best paper and the best craftsmanship when it comes to notebooks and planners. The special thing about Poketo’s planners are that none of them are dated. They're all open-dated so you can start anytime, skip a week or two, and pick back up again. Angie has never liked the idea of waste in dated planners so with all their planners, you can date them yourself as you use them.