Harriot’s second collection, the Seohae Collection, was inspired by Seohae Daegyo Bridge that connects Chungcheong-do with Gyeonggi-do. Built with 100% Korean technology, Seohae Daegyo Bridge has been hailed for its contributions to the Korean civil engineering sector. The cable-stayed section of Seohae Daegyo Bridge is the largest of its kind in Korea. As noted, the bridge helped advance civil engineering technology in Korea, but more importantly for Harriot, it was designed to emulate the outlines of the Flagpole Support (Treasure No. 537) in Eupnae-ri (Asan-si, Chungcheongnam-do). This design gave the bridge a distinctly Korean-style of beauty which, in turn, inspired the design of Harriot’s second collection.