Everytime I visit South Korea, it’s mandatory to try on a hanbok and pretend to be a sophisticated lady from the Joseon period. Out of all my hanbok experiences in Seoul, the most recent one had to be my favorite. We usually just rent hanbok for free in tourist centers in Seoul, but I got offered the chance to roam around Seoul wearing the traditional clothing. It’s an experience that I just couldn’t pass up. I mean, how can you say no to wearing pretty traditional dresses, right?
Seohwa Hanbok offers hanbok rental in Seoul for both men and women, and visitors can rent it for half a day, one day, or two days. What makes them different from the free hanbok rentals is that they allow you to roam around Seoul wearing a hanbok. You can visit tourist spots wearing the dress and not be confined with the studio’s four walls. It’s also just right across Gyeongbokgung and other tourist spots, making it the best choice for the cultural experience. [Read more…]