My journey in Asia is coming to an end. After this, I’m heading to America. I’m looking forward to that. But first I’m enjoying some time in South-Korea. This is the most interesting country to visit when it comes to traditional clothing. In South-Korea, the traditional wear is the Hanbok. This is a uniform that’s recognizable for its bright colors and simple lines and it has no pockets. On top they wear a short jacket. For men there is the option of wearing very loose pants that are bound at the ankles.
Koreans only still wear the hanbok on high days, but also some fighting sports still have it as uniform.
For the occasion I designed a Hanbok myself. Do you like my interpretation of it? I used the Dress Your Doll fabric set PN-0164691 Rainbow. For the skirt under my dress I used a Verachtert fabric, PN-0164374 Tule Texas with glitter/Nr. 21 - Pink.
Talk to you later!