The left radical is 'metal' (金). The right radical is a Non-General Use
character meaning 'finish', composed of 'sound' (音), and 'bent figure'. It is
used here phonetically to express 'scene'. Thus, 'metal which shows a scene'. Henshall
suggests taking the right radical 'shout' and 'bent legs', and as a mnemonic: 'Shout
aloud at bent legs in metal mirror.'