This is the second part of my days in Onnie’s House. After we had a great meal, pretty Onnie borrowed us her Korean traditional costume to wear. Onnie is really kind.
There is a book shelf here with lots of Korean books. Poor me, I can’t read Korean. Anyway, about the Korean traditional costume, the term literally means "Korean clothing", hanbok today often refers specifically to hanbok of Joseon Dynasty and is worn as semi-formal or formal wear during traditional festivals and celebrations.
I chose the hot pink with some details of black one, and Onnie said it was the classic model. Made by silk with beautiful pattern in the edge. Onnie helped me to tied the ribbon and lend us the accessories. And the shoes is my favorite. Red color with flower detail on it, so gorgeous.
This is Mega, she chose the red and blue one since she love blue color so much. And the color switched her hijab she wore that day. Onnie said this is the modern model of Han-book with recent variation of the cape. And the pinky one, it was Ita who choose. The cute childlike Han-book with a very pretty Korean hair band on her head, guess it really suited Ita’s cute and funny character.
Actually I am not into Korean but I love to know other cultures from countries around the world. We really had much fun. Gomawo, Onnie! <3 font="font">3>