Hanbok Culture Week Shows Korean Culture – Are Hanbok Baby Girl Designs Part Of The Event?
Koreans in Seoul, South Korea will be treated to some really cool hanboks this week as part of Hanbok Culture Week. This event was only supposed to take place once a year in the fall, but a big monsoon ended up canceling the event in 2020. Due to this cancellation, it was decided that Hanbok Culture Week would take place. twice in 2021, with the first event being this week!
Everyone is wondering if the little Hanbok girl will be part of the Hanbok Culture Week festivities this week. We believe this event is going to focus on Hanbok Adult, Hanbok Male and Female, so we are unlikely to see any Hanbok girls during the various activities.
We might see some kids wearing their hanbok during this week, as Hanbok Culture Week promotes wearing hanbok at least one day this week as the outfit of choice. This means that both men and women will likely wear their hanbok for the day and could dress their daughters in the traditional way. hanbok girls.
Hanbok Culture Week 2021 runs until April 18, and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Hanbok Advancement Center have helped organize the event. This particular event started in 2018, so it’s still a relatively new celebration, full of fun and entertainment for your whole family.
One of the events will take place at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza, which is the Hanbok and K-Pop exhibition. This is where you will see over 25 different hanboks which are traditional and were made by seven different designers from the area. These hanboks have been worn by K-Pop stars such as Zico, BTS, and Oh My Girl.
Other events will also take place across the Seoul area, including Jeonju and Jongo. Five other municipalities will be hosting events, including classes and workshops that will go into the process of making a hanbok.
On Sunday, a baseball game will be held in Seoul at Jamsil Baseball Stadium. At the first pitch ceremony, we’re going to see Hyebin and JooE, both of whom are part of the K-Pop girl group Momoland. They will wear their hanbok that they helped create alongside Hyeon, a local hanbok brand.
The Hanbok and K-Pop Exhibition will be held at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza. Although it is free to enter the event, only 50 people per hour will be allowed to enter the facility to comply with coronavirus safety guidelines. This means you need to make your reservation in advance to attend so you can be one of the 50 and not have to queue for hours.
The Hanbok Advancement Center has been busy for the past few weeks. The group just made certificates of appreciation for a member of the US Congress and five other teams.
Congresswoman Marilyn Strickland is an American of Korean descent who was elected to serve in Congress and who wore her hanbok during the swearing-in ceremony on January 4, 2021. She said on Twitter that it meant a lot to her to wearing his hanbok and that it was a very personal time to honor his legacy and his family.
Beyond Strickland, K-Pop singer Jun Hyo-seong and Lakai Korea received a certificate for their collaboration. Graffiti artist Chris Chanyang Shim and video game designer from the United States known as Riot Games also received an award.
Kwon Yoo-jin and Chae Kyung-hwa, both costumers for a Netflix series called “Kingdom” were also honored. Gangjin Jakcheon Middle School was also honored for making hanbok the school uniform.
If you can’t make it to the spring event, don’t worry, as another week full of hanbok appreciation will take place in the fall. We hope to see a little hanbok girl at the fall event and see more local hanbok brands and designers collaborating with well-known K-Pop artists and other Korean entertainment stars.