The history of the hanbok (traditional Korean attire) is as colorful as the garments themselves. It was worn on a daily basis until over a century ago, but it is still a significant element of Korean culture, with individuals wearing it for special occasions and festivals.
We examine it more closely.
The Korean hanbok, which originated in modern-day northern Korea, northeast China, and parts of Mongolia, was created to make movement easier. During the Three Kingdoms of Korea (57BCE to 668CE), the basic structure of traditional Korean apparel, notably the jeogori (jacket), baji (trousers), and chima (skirt), was formed, and the design aspects have remained generally intact to this day.