As I was taking my look at the front page of The New York Times, I browsed through a set of photos
. Ones of nation leaders wearing the traditional costume of Asian nations. And then I stumbled upon seeing Bush wearing a hanbok in 2005.
The article commented on the costume by saying, "...pastel “hanboks” in South Korea with bow-like trim that resembled (female) wedding wear; and silk tunics in Vietnam."
It's something to think about. Should nation leaders where the costume of the country they are visiting? Or is this just silly?