Ads 468x60px

10.04.2012

Wordless Wednesday #8 | Chuseokbim!


During Chuseok, everyone in the (Korean) family buys and wears new clothes, usually hanbok (Korean traditional clothes). This custom is known as Chuseokbim, and is still practiced today.

Complete Hanbok set (jeogori, teol, & bokkeon) from Yedam, 75,000 KRW. 
Many thanks to Youngsuk unni for this gift. :)


10 replies:

Michelle G said...

Oh my gosh! He's so handsome! And I love learning about traditions from other countries. :) Unfortunately I didn't do a Wordless Wednesday post this week to link up. Hope you are having a good weekend!

Carla Karam said...

Awe... Czjai... little man is becoming more and more handsome, especially in his hanbok. OOoo I'd love to see what the traditional clothing is for a little girl. Could you send me a picture? If it's not too much trouble. Well wishing you a happy Chuseokbim. Grace, peace and blessings... Carla

Carla Karam said...

Awe... Czjai... little man is becoming more and more handsome, especially in his hanbok. OOoo I'd love to see what the traditional clothing is for a little girl. Could you send me a picture? If it's not too much trouble. Well wishing you a happy Chuseokbim. Grace, peace and blessings... Carla

Theresa said...

Very nice! He looks so handsome! I agree with Carla- would love to see traditional little girl clothes too :)

Pamela Henderson said...

Oh my word he is adorable! Thanks for sharing your traditions with us!

Nexlegacy Performance Institute said...

He is so handsome-- I am now googling Chuseok--sounds interesting!

Nexlegacy Performance Institute said...

He is too cute-- I'm now Googling
Chuseok!

Chene
prototype Mama

mail4rosey said...

He does look handsome and the clothes are gorgeous too.

crazedinthekitchen.com said...

What a handsome little guy you've got there! The clothes are gorgeous--what a fun tradition.

ReviewsSheROTE Pamela R said...

What a handsome look!