Hanbok is the traditional clothing of Korea. It is a beautiful and distinct garment that has a long history dating back thousands of years. Hanbok is characterized by its vibrant colors, graceful lines, and elegant design.

Women’s hanbok consists of two main parts: the jeogori, which is a jacket or blouse, and the chima, which is a skirt. The jeogori is typically short and has a loose fit, with wide sleeves and a rounded collar. It is often adorned with intricate embroidery or patterns. The chima is a high-waisted, full skirt that flows gracefully to the ankles. It is typically pleated and secured with a wide sash called a goreum.

For men, hanbok consists of the jeogori, which is longer than women’s jeogori, and baji, or trousers. Baji are wide-legged and roomy, and are tied at the waist and ankle with a string. Joggi (vest) or durugami (robe) can also be added on top of jeogori and baji.