We will meet at the Memorial Hall of "Jeon Tae-il". I will be there to welcome you after a brief greeting, you will have time to understand the whole process of the class. As with any theoretical knowledge, practice is important in sewing, so you will have a go at using sewing machines on practice textiles. With guidance from me, you will have the choice of the color and length as part of the design process. Then, off to sewing: from making the waistband to the actual skirt, down to the hemline. Once every part of the traditional Hanbok dress is done, the stitching process will put the pieces together. You will spend two to three hours making a Hanbok, which will not be very difficult as most of the tough parts will be done for you. So beginners are welcome.
Hello, I'm Yun Jong Lee! I majored in design and clothing fashion and I have been making clothes for 15 years. I made a variety of clothes ranging from casual wear to uniforms, and I became acquainted with the hanbok which represents Korea. I was inspired by the foreigners who came to Korea and enjoyed wearing Hanbok as a charm. <Making a Korean Style Waist Skirt> It is a one-day class to make your own Hanbok easily. It is not easy to make a hanbok skirt for a limited 3 hours. Do not worry, I will help you from start to finish. I would like to make good memories through <Making a Korean Style Waist Skirt>one-day Class with everyone. I've already had a one day class of Hanbok skirts with the sewing masters of Changshin-dong, Jongno-gu. Starting from the second half of 19, I started my own trip to further experience in depth.
This experience is held at the Memorial Hall of "Jeon Tae-il", who worked in the sewing industry and fought for the right of labor. You can visit the exhibition of the past and culture of Korean sewing industry. There are famous spots for tourists around here such as Jong-no, Eulji-ro, and Gwang-jang market, which are full of diverse food and attractions.
Making a Korean Style Waist Skirt