Hoping someone can help with this one. First, the back story. I've been practicing hard for my second maintenance stripe at my Dojang as I had a business trip to Chicago the next day for a week. I generally change at the Dojang, placing my uniform and belt on the wall rack while I put on my cloths on. Well, I was apparently in a hurry and accidentally grabbed my Grand Masters belt and put it into my bag unknowingly. I then spent the next week in Chicago while my grand master searched for his belt, not knowing what happened. They found mine there so eventually put 2 and 2 together. Once I returned from Chicago, I returned his belt and apologized. He seemed okay with the situation as he used his old 7th degree belt while searching for his 8th degree belt and he seemed copacetic about the situation. However, since I returned the belt and I've been in class, he is still wearing is old, beat up 7th degree belt and his 8th degree belt is hanging on the wall in the locker rooms. Did I somehow dishonor his belt or him? He is old school South Korean so I'm not exactly sure of the traditions. And he's been very nice to me so I want to know what I need to do to make things right for him.