I bought this stove used awhile back. Found no name on it, would have to look up the number cast into one of the parts, it does have "Korea" or "made in Korea" on it. I'm guessing the upper part had a catalytic converter, but the space is empty now, separated from the lower part by a cast iron baffle. It can take 24" logs with a little room to spare but only has a 4" stovepipe fitting on the back. I've been curious as to who made it or what it was copied from. I'm also wondering if this basic configuration has a name. I'm wondering if anybody still makes them in this style and this large. My only complaint about it is that it doesn't have a grate & ash pan, so in a cold spell I can't burn it continually. I have to let it burn down to ash & shovel them out. If I could find one like this with an ash pan I'd like to get one. The wide style stoves won't fit properly in the room.