I mentioned in my previous blog post that one of the biggest highlights of my Korea trip was (still is though) wearing a hanbok 한복. This term 'hanbok' literally translates into 'Korean clothing' but in the Korean culture, it refers to the traditional clothing that were originally worn in the Joseon dynasty.
When you walk around the Gyeongbokgung area, you will find many hanbok rental shops. Don't worry so much about the prices because they are more or less the same. 

Initially, I thought hanbok rental shops will have in-house professional photographers to do a proper photoshoot for you but you have to make a booking with them in advance. I didn't know that, so I didn't get to have a photoshoot - my fault. Fret not, I have prepared everything for you in this blog post, so just keep reading because I don't want you to repeat my own mistake. 

That being said though, many of the hanbok rental shops will set up a little corner in their studio with props and backdrops for you to have your own photography session.

Saturday, November 30, 2019


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