Some amazing Boutique photos:
Conventional costume boutique
This boutique was noticed following to Sangbong-dong Costco in northeastern Seoul.
Right here, I can have a custom made-personalized conventional Korean costume, or hanbok, manufactured. I need to expect to shell out close to ₩250,000 (about USD ) or so for a first rate instance.
In South Korea, it is really uncommon for males to put on conventional clothes in community, unless of course they are Confucian fundamentalists or it is New Year's holiday getaway. Ladies use traditional dresses on a lot more situations (i.e. waitresses at upscale Korean restaurants), and frequently use them on weddings and honeymoons.
Nevertheless South Korean ladies wear classic garments much much less than their northern counterparts, who frequently put on them to mirror their government's nationalist propaganda. Northern illustrations are inclined to also use far more main colors whilst southern illustrations, like these, use much more muted, sophisticated shades.