Want to enjoy Korean traditional outfits? Look no further than Hanbok-Nam!

Hanbok-nam

한복남

With three branches located in Seoul and Jeonju, Hanboknam has become a major tourist attraction that offers a unique hanbok experience for both locals and foreigners. We provide an ideal place to try on hanbok and take pictures in front of backdrops from Korea's historical Joseon Dynasty. Friends, families and couples alike will revel in the experience of spending time in Hanbok. 

 

Branches

 

We offer hanbok rental in three locations, two located in Seoul, and one in Jeonju city. 
 

 

Gyeongbokgung Palace Branch
 

Our Gyeongbokgung Palace Branch is the biggest branch with over 300 sets of Hanbok in store, waiting for you to try them on. The store is close to all the best historic tourist spots in Seoul, including Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Changgyeonggung Palace, and  Inhyeonggung Palace.
 

  • Location:  109 Sogyeok-dong Jongno-gu, Seoul
  • Opening Hours: 9:30 am ~ 8:30 pm

 

Changdeokgung Palace Branch
 

Only a one-minute walk away from Changdeokgung, the only Korean ancient palace that was selected by the UN as a World Heritage site, this branch offers a variety of customized hanbok for visitors to try on.  By visiting this store, you can learn about the elaborate needlework, vibrant colors, and elegant curves that compose this adored Korean traditional clothing. 
 

  • Location:  B1, 85, Donhwamun-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
  • Opening Hours: 10:00 am ~ 6:30 pm; Closed Mondays

 

Jeonju Hanok Village Branch
 

With a nice, wide yard, our Jeonju Hanok Village Branch is located in a traditional Korean house also known as "Hanok". Being surrounded by other Hanok lends the hanbok wearing experience a feeling of fantasy and transcendence back in time. This store was the first Hanbok rental store that was opened in Jeonju Hanok Village, where the trend of wearing Hanbok actually began.

 

  • Location:  54-1, Eunhaeng-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
  • Opening Hours: 09:30 am ~ 7:30 pm

Hanbok Types


Two types of hanbok are available to rent, traditional hanbok and themed hanbok, each with its own story.
 

Traditional Hanbok


Elegant and cute, traditional Hanboks were popular back in the 20th Century (Joseon Dynasty) and are still popularly worn by locals for traditional holidays and weddings
Themed Hanbok


Featuring bright colors, themed Hanboks are more fashionable and have been extremely popular with our young customers!

 


 

Accessories

 

Various hanbok accessories are available with some extra fees. For a satisfactory hanbok rental experience, hanboknam staff can recommend appropriate accessories that fit your costume the best.
 

Ko-sa-jii              Ko-sa-jii
 
Daenggi             Daenggi
Uhwudong Hat        Uhwudong Hat
Gat                  Gat
Bae-ssi-daenggi        Bae-ssi-daenggi
Warrior Accessories   Warrior Accessories
Bags and shoes         Bags and shoes
Lockers                Lockers

 


Rental Fee

 


Attraction
 
Operating Hours
Price 

Traditional Hanbok

Themed Hanbok

Hanboknam (Seoul Branches)


‌Open Year-Round

Gyeongbokgung Store
9:30 am ~ 8:30 pm
Changdeokgung Store

10:00 am ~ 6:30 pm

 
1.5 Hours:  ₩ 10,000

 2.5 Hours: ₩ 15,000
4 Hours: ₩ 20,000
1 Day: ₩ 30,000
 

 
1.5 Hours:  ₩ 20,000

 2.5 Hours: ₩ 30,000
4 Hours: ₩ 40,000
1 Day: ₩ 50,000
 


Hanboknam (Jeonju Branch)


Open Year-Round
9 am ~ 7:30 pm

 

1.5 Hours:  ₩ 10,000

 2.5 Hours: ₩ 15,000
4 Hours: ₩ 20,000
1 Day: ₩ 30,000
 

1.5 Hours:  ₩ 20,000

 2.5 Hours: ₩ 30,000
4 Hours: ₩ 40,000
1 Day: ₩ 50,000

 

  • If you want to wear the hanbok for an additional hour, you can pay ₩5,000 for a traditional hanbok or ₩ 10,000 for a themed hanbok on site

  • Underskirts, headbands, and lockers are provided on site

 

Information

Company NameHanbok-nam (한복남)
Category Services Fashion & Beauty
Opening Hours9:30 am ~ 9:00 pm

109 Sogyeok-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea HANBOKNAM (Korean Traditional Dress)

Directions

 

 
1. Take the Seoul Subway Line 3 to Anguk Station, and go out Exit 1. Then follow the directions in the picture.
2. Once you find the Coffee Faktory Building, enter the 2nd floor to the Hanboknam store entrance. Present your mobile voucher to our staff. 

Make sure to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your scheduled time.

 

 
1. Take the Seoul Subway Line 1, or Line 3 or Line 5 to Jongno 3(sam)ga Station, and go out Exit 6. Then follow the directions in the picture.
2. Once you find the Hostel Korea Building, enter the B1 floor to the Hanboknam store entrance. Present your mobile voucher to our staff. 

Make sure to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your scheduled time.

 

1. From Jeonju Station, take Bus No.12, 60, 79, 109, 119, 142, 508, 513, 536 or 542
- Get off at Jeondong Cathedral (Hanok Village) Bus Stop.

2. From Jeonju Intercity/Express Bus Terminal, take Bus No. 5-1 or 79.
- Get off at Jeondong Cathedral (Hanok Village) Bus Stop.
The entrance of the Jeonju store looks like this. Present your mobile voucher to our staff and they will assist you with entrance, styling and rental services

 

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