Our traditional Korean Hanboks
Do you like Korean traditions? It's time for you to discover our range of traditional hanbok from South Korea and immerse yourself in this fantastic culture.
- Type: Hanbok
- Materials: Cotton and Polyester
- Sizes: Asian
- South Korea
- Korean traditional clothing
In this collection, you can discover our range of hanbok . A honbok is a traditional Korean garment worn during the Joseon period (1392-1910). It consists of a loose, straight top called a jeogori, which is often embellished with embroidery and bright colors, and a long, loose skirt called a chima. Honboks were often made of cotton or silk and were commonly worn by both men and women, although styles and cuts could vary depending on gender and social status .
Today, the honbok is considered a symbol of Korean culture and is often worn on special occasions or ceremonies.
When to wear a honbok?
Honboks are no longer worn on a daily basis, but Koreans keep them for special occasions such as the New Year , a first birthday or even a wedding .
You can accompany a honbok with our hair accessories.