HanBok…

Hanbok….

I want to explain about hanBok…

Hanbok (South Korea) or Chosŏn-ot (North Korea) is the traditional Korean dress.

It is often characterized by vibrant colors and simple lines without pockets.

Although the term literally means “Korean clothing”, hanbok today often refers specifically to Joseon Dynasty-style semi-formal or formal wear that is worn during traditional festivals or celebrations.

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~ by mieluvearth on September 29, 2008.

4 Responses to “HanBok…”

  1. hi mie..
    i was wondered if hanbok cloth is the same cloth that janggeum in Jewel in the Palace wear on, or not.
    and is hanbok always used in some big day of korea like chuseok or not.
    oia, one more, is korea have another korean clothing just like we do in Indonesia?

  2. hi mie..
    I was wondering if hanbok cloth is the same cloth that Janggeum in Jewel in the Palace wear on or not..and is hanbok used when chuseok or korean holiday?
    one more,beside hanbok, is there any other korean clothing like us do in Indonesia?
    sorry for too many questions,,i just interested about korea since i’m the suju-addict..hhe..
    thx for postin’..

  3. halaw,uthe….
    i think korean people use hanbok in special day,
    like in party wedding…
    So, hanbok is traditional clothing in korean….
    is there any other korean clothing like us do in indonesia ????
    emmmm……
    i don’t know……
    hehehehehe….
    i am sorry, uthe…..

  4. owh ya, no prob,,
    btw, ismie kerenz iyh blognyaaaa…hhe..please teach meh…hhe..

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