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Dress for Less: Incorporate traditional Korean elements into your everyday look!

Wen Lui on Thu, Mar 12, 2015

Don't we all sometimes wish we were living in the Joseon era, where we could wear gorgeous hanboks and accessorize with beautiful hair ornaments? Well, it's no longer the Joseon era and we're not in Korea, but that doesn't mean we can't add a little of that traditional Korean flair into our outfits! Borrowing inspiration from Shine or Go Crazy, April shows you how to incorporate the traditional Korean look into your everyday wardrobe! 


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Kim Soo Hyun destroys Lee Min Ho in "Best in Hanbok" poll

KrisE on Thu, Jan 23, 2014

As if we didn’t already know Kim Soo Hyun looks amazing in a hanbok, there are now survey results that prove it. Recently, on NS Home Shopping, a survey taken by 330 females asked which male celebrity looked best in traditional hanbok. A whopping 76% of survey takers crowned Kim Soo Hyun as “Best in Hanbok,” leaving Lee Min Ho in the dust with a measly 14%.


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WATCH OUT! The Samurai Monkey is judging you

KrisE on Tue, Oct 08, 2013

Photographer Hiroshi Watanabe created an art series titled Suo Sarumawashi which is Japanese for “Monkey Dancing.” The series focuses on a tradition spanning 1,000 years of monkeys being trained to protect the horses used by Japanese warriors. The monkeys were trained to dance and perform various stunts, and although protection for horses is no longer needed, this very old and very cool tradition is still practiced today.


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