* Date : 2016-12-14
People donning the colorful Korean traditional attire "hanbok" stroll in Gyeongbokgung Palace, the heart of Korea. This is not a scene from a TV show about Korean history. It's real life. Some of the visitors carry cameras and smartphones on their selfie sticks. Others don traditional topcoats over jeans or traditional dresses over high heels. The "hanbok" experience has become popular among foreign tourists visiting Korea. "Hanbok" is no longer perceived as outdated and difficult-to-wear attire. It has emerged as a unique and comfortable outfit. Let's meet some people who have contributed to publicizing and modernizing "hanbok."