Korean Fashion

Sincheon Sweetness: A Day Off

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Children’s Day and Cinco de Drinko fall on the same day in Korea.  Coincidence?  Perhaps, but I’d rather just use this time of year as an excuse to have a marvelous margarita.  The majority of my friends actually got a 4-day weekend this year!  Alas, I am still working Friday, but got a bit of a mid-week repose having Thursday off.  I wanted to spend the day recuperating from the activities of the week (it’s exhausting running around teaching this many classes to this many teeny tiny ones!), but the sun was out in full force and I had to make the most of the day.


Seoulcialite takes on Seoul Fashion Week

With my new schedule I still hardly have time to breathe.  Two and a half weeks into my time in Seoul I was pretty much ready to call it quits with designers who had expressed interest in having their Fall/ Winter 2016 styles profiled on The Toronto Seoulcialite, only to still find no tickets in my new mailbox 24 hours before their shows.  Designers (well…people in general) can be fickle and disorganized, so I was ready to spend my Saturday catching up on sleep and Shonda Rhimes.  Star (of 87Pages) convinced me to get my ass outta bed at the crack of dawn on Saturday to take in the madness of Fashion Week in Seoul.

We arrived expecting a massive crowd quite early, but the place was pretty empty.  It was really nice to take in the first really warm weather of the season with the beautiful, modern architecture of Dame Zaha Hadid’s Dongdaemun Design Plaza where Seoul Fashion Week is held.  Stepping out of my taxi there was an eerily pristine moment of calm before the storm in which I got to admire the building and its empty surroundings bathing in sunlight from all angles.  I reflect on that moment now, just having found out that Hadid, first woman as well as the first Muslim to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize, died of a heart attack only 5 days later on March 31st, 2016.

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Saturday in Seomyeon


Joykolon: Your One-Stop-Shop for Korean Fashion's Spring Trends

Spring is upon us here in Seoul and I could not be happier. My excitement is not only for warmer temperatures, terrace coffees and cherry blossoms, but also spring fashion. And after hitting up a few of the shopping districts last weekend, let me just say that I am absolutely loving the trends for Spring 2015.

Steampunk Art in Seoul

This weekend I shall be taking the KTX train north to Seoul for its Steampunk Art Unfurled: Art of Victorian Futurism.

The showing will take place across from Seoul National University. Do click the Bing Map link to see the location.

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The latest in Korean created steampunk fashions

     I trust this blogpost finds you well and of good cheer. I have just acquired steampunk news from South Korea land of Kimchi, Psy and a rather noisy neighbor in the North. 
     Korean steampunk is as of the last few years just getting underway but is, to be overly droll - gathering steam. The Korean company in Seoul Red Valve has a new steampunk line of watches for sale in this, the land of the morning calm as it is called.

55 Inspiring Hanbok Designs and Trends

Traditional Korean clothing, hanbok, has gradually won favor by people from different parts of the world. It is regal, traditional, and elegant, and can truly bring out feminine grace and poise with the help of accessories such as barrettes, earrings, rings, and other jewelry.

Although hanbok have become the ritual dress of choice worn only on traditional holidays, Koreans’ love for hanbok is tremendous. The popularity of Korean classic dramas is causing many foreigners to take a keener interest in traditional Korean attire as well.

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Kim Soo Hyun – The New Face of Korea Tourism Organization

The young 23-year-old actor, Kim Soo Hyun is now the new face of the Korea Tourism Organization. It was due to the young actor’s wide spread success, fame and his international appeal that the CEO of the Korea Tourism Organization picked Kim Soohyun, making him the perfect tourism representative for the country.

Name: 김수현 / Kim Soo Hyun
Birthdate: February 16, 1988
Star sign: Aquarius
Blood type: B

After last years “Dream High” shot him to fame, his role as Lee Hwon in highly successful drama, “The Moon that Embraces the Sun,” has propelled this steadily rising star even higher. The Moon That Embraces the Sun is the story of the secret love between Lee Hwon, a fictional king of Joseon, and Wol, a female shaman.


Lee Min Ho – 2012 Spring Summer Collection S+ by Trugen

Lee Min Ho, works his charm again by featuring in one of the well known menswear brands, Trugen for its 2012 Spring/Summer collection in Korea. The brand has released their spring-summer collection with the concept of “Cruise” and “Boy Scout” keeping young business men in mind. TRUGEN’s 2012 slogan is “live like him”. The name for their line is “S+ by Trugen.”

Lee Min Ho Trugen 2012

Korean Actor Lee Min Ho rose to fame and become a heartthrob after his popular Korean Drama – Boys over Flowers. Currently, he plays a lecherous underground private detective in the popular drama – City Hunter.

Featured below are some of the pictures from that collection and around the web.


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