Hanbok - traditional Korean clothing - is a beautiful and exquisite outfit that was worn during the Joseon era by wealthy aristocrats and members of the court. Koreans proudly wear hanbok on dates and special occasions, and rightfully so. In Hanbok Sonyo, or "Hanbok Girls", you can try on and rent a perfect outfit that will make you feel like a real queen (or king - the shop has a wide selection of male costumes as well), while exploring the old palaces and streets of central Seoul. On top of this, entrance to all the palaces is free for those wearing hanbok, the perfect locations for an amazing historical photoshoot!
Jahamun-ro 2-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea 8 Jahamun-ro 2-gil
Take Line 3 to Gyeongbokgung Station and go out Exit 3-1 -> Turn left into the first side alley -> Walk straight about 30 meters. Hanbok Sonyo will be on the 3rd floor of the blue building on your right.