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- Korean Cultural Center Hold a fashion show "Hanbok" from Korean dramas.
- Korean Cultural Centerสล็อต เล่น ฟรีHold a fashion show "Hanbok" from Korean dramas. Korean ambassador-Coach Choi-Nong Tennis-DJ Bookko join the show Korean Cultural Center The Office for the Promotion of Overseas Korean Culture (KOCIS) hosted a fashion show at the Korean Cultural Center on February 14, 14:00 - 15:00, hosted by H.E. Moon Seung-hyun, Ambassador of Korea. and have models and models such as H.E. Mr. Moon Seung-hyun, Ambassador of Korea, Coach Choi Yong-seok, Tennis Panipak Wongpatanakit, Olympic Gold Medalist, DJ Bukko, Honorary Ambassador of Korea Tourism to Thailand, and Cho Nanporn Roschan (Captain Nod) is Miss Thailand Universe 2005 and is also a descendant of Korean veterans. Currently, he is a pilot of Thai AirAsia. There are also staff at the Korean Cultural Center in Thailand to join. At this show, you will see a wide variety of hanboks, such as royal robes (Goryeongpo), civil servant uniforms (Kwan Bok), and noble clothes (Dopo). The first activity started with a fashion show. and Korean folk music performances by Kim Hyun-ji, Kayakeum teacher from the Korean Cultural Center, and Lee Ji-sun, an assistant professor from Hanyang University, staged "Giwonmoo," a folk dance. Korea To wish peace and good luck, the second activity was a hanbok fashion show led by His Excellency Mr. Moon Seung-Hyun, Ambassador of Korea. Honorary Ambassador for Korean Culture and staff of the Korean Cultural Center The last activity is placement ceremony "Honorary Ambassador for Korean Culture" to the 4 honorary models and models, namely Mr. Choi Yong Seok, National Taekwondo Coach, Ms. Panipak Wongpattanakit (Tennis), Olympic Gold Medalist, DJ Bookko Thanatphan Buranachewawilai Honorary Ambassador of Korea Tourism in Thailand and famous radio host and presenter, and Ms. Chananporn Roschan, Miss Thailand Universe 2005, Thai Air Asia pilot, children of Korean veterans This activity was held on the occasion of the exhibition opening ceremony. “Go back in time to find the King. Based on Korean Series (Hanbok in K-Series)” which is a new exhibition of the Korean Cultural Center. It will be on display from February 14 to April 29, 2022 due to the overwhelming popularity of Korean series in Thailand. make this exhibition happen where visitors can experience traditional hanboks and performances just like the characters from Korean dramas Hanbok is the national costume of Korea. with patterns and lines that are beautiful and delicate Create a dignified appearance that is similar to the Korean traditional dress known as hanbok. With a history of more than 5000 years, there have been many developments. depending on lifestyle Social status and taste in each era Korea has a rich culture associated with bright colors and designs that express the era and social status of the wearer.
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