SEOUL, South Korea, Jan. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — This winter, ‘Hanboknam’ and its partner travel platform, Klook, will offer winter special event packages so visitors can experience Hanbok at a 75% discount. The sale will last until February 15. In addition to Klook, visitors can always buy tickets at 30% off on large travel platforms such as kkday and TripAdvisor.
Also, premium services will be launched in February. The premium service is a recreation of the Joseon Dynasty Hanbok directly, so visitors can experience costumes such as young lady, sunbi, kings, and Queen that visitors may have seen in Korean historical dramas. Hanboknam operates offline stores at Gyeongbokgung(Palace), Bukchon Hanok Village, Changdeokgung(Palace), Jeonju Hanok Village, and Busan Tower, and offers online orders, allowing visitors to experience hanbok anytime, anywhere. Details can be found on the official website.
‘Hanboknam’ is the most popular hanbok rental shop that offers a variety of beautiful hanbok designs and systematic services, with the motto of creating a culture where visitors can play with hanbok instead of simply trying on hanbok. In particular, Hanboknam Gyeongbokgung Branch, located near Gyeongbokgung(Palace), has a wide range of stores and over 1000 hanboks, as well as photo shoots and makeup services, and Hanboknam Cafe. There are also 10 themes self-studios in the store, so visitors can enjoy the Hanbok experience regardless of the weather.
As time goes by, the popularity of the Korean Wave, including K-POP and Korean dramas, is increasing. As a result, the number of tourists visiting Korea has increased remarkably, and there are many services to experience Korean traditional culture. One of the most popular traditional culture experiences is the hanbok experience. Hanbok, a unique Korean costume, has attracted the attention of foreign tourists with its colorful and unique design, making it a must-see experience when visiting Korea.
Official Website: www.hanboknamglobal.com
Gyeongbokgung(Palace) Branch: 133-5, Sajik-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 9 AM ~7 PPM, Open 365 days a year
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