About Hanbok– Origin, History & Evolution

Hanbok’s Origin   It’s a known fact that our hanbok has it’s origins with the Northern Mongolians– specifically, the Altai people. This northern clan (Kokuryo), who played a pivotal part in the development of Korean history, were great warriors who were skilled on the horse. They wore pants and jackets with narrow ends and sleeves

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The Significance of Red-Bean Shiroo DDuk in Korean Culture

A Shiroo DDuk is a dduk made by grinding plain rice or sticky rice into a powder and steaming it in layers. When red bean filling is added into each layer, this is called a Red Bean Shiroo DDuk. When bits of daikon are added to the rice layers, it is called a Moo (daikon)

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