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In Korea, Hanbok is the traditional costume that Korean people are proud of. Korean culture is not only reflected in the traditional food but also impressive in Hanbok costumes, so to discover the most comprehensive Kimchi culture not only enjoy the food Here you also should once put on the traditional Hanbok. Come to HongDe BBQ & Beer, you will have both. Just wearing Hanbok traditional costume, while slowly feeling the colorful flavors of Kim Chi, is no longer good. Not only that, your use of Hanbok is FREE, all for the best experience for you and your loved ones.
As well as "Ao Dai", a traditional costume of Vietnam's long tradition and to this day still has a great spillover for people, women, mothers, sisters, Some set to appear on important occasions, Hanbok also has such a great significance for the Korean people. Hanbok is a traditional dress worn by Koreans about 100 years ago. Today, the traditional Hanbok is almost exclusively worn on special occasions, occasions, and bridal attire on wedding day. Since this is a traditional Korean costume, everyone has their own set of Hanbok to wear on special occasions. Some traditional Hanbok villages are traditionally dressed in traditional Hanbok outfits.
Hanbok is a traditional Korean traditional costume
Traditional Hanbok costume is created on the basis of silk fabric, satin and coarse fabric, interwoven print and embroidery flowers skillful and meticulous. The fabric to make the Hanbok dresses are dyed naturally with very complicated process, and must be accurate. There are 5 popular colors in Hanbok costume design: red, blue, yellow, black and white. These are the five main colors of the yin and yang philosophy of the East. After the dyeing process will obtain the piece of cloth with different color and sophistication. Each Hanbok design is a crystallization of creativity and affection.
Depending on the weather, people use different fabrics. In winter, Hanbok shirts are lined with more layers of fabric to increase the thickness of the warmth. When the weather turns summer, people use very thin materials to sew.
Hanbok traditional Korean costume has been used more than 2,000 years ago on traditional holidays, traditional New Year holidays or happy days such as weddings and festivals. Today, we often encounter famous Korean stars stepping on the red carpet in traditional Hanbok costumes with stylized designs that combine both traditional and modern beauty.
Korean stars are also very fond of Hanbok
Korean culture is not only reflected in instant noodles but also fully presented through the Hanbok outfits, so to discover a whole way of writing certain kimchi, not only enjoy the food Where you also should once put on the traditional Hanbok.
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