Korean Culture Month 2019: Hanbok Costume Exhibition
Come and learn more about the traditional Korean costume of Hanbok as you take the opportunity to try some garments on for yourself!
Hanbok is a traditional style of Korean costume that was worn daily as recently as 100 years ago. It is characterised by vibrant colours and simple lines without pockets, and was originally designed to facilitate ease of movement. The Hanbok for Women consist of jeogori—a shirt or jacket—and chima dress—a wraparound skirt. The Hanbok for men consists of jeogori and baggy pants known as baji.
This event is held in partnership with the Korean Culture Centre to celebrate the 2019 Korean Culture Month.
Tickets: Free to attend. Just head up to the Auditorium on Level 6!
Venue: Level 6, Foyles 107 Charing Cross Road
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