What a must do when travelling in Seoul, Korea?? of course wearing and taking picture with “Hanbok” is a “must to do” in Seoul.. But doesn’t know where to rent it in Seoul. So let us recommend one of the renting place in Seoul with reasonable price and good quality.
This place is called “Oneday Hanbok”
where the provide renting oneday hanbok
Oneday Hanbok provide various types of Hanbok in varying sizes [male (S~XL) and female (XS~XXL)]. Additionally, Hanboks for children are also available. Besides that
they have all accessories from hair to handbag to rent too
Because is gonna be alot people renting it, so is better to make an appointment
ahead before you went there. but you can also go without making appointment.
but you gonna wait for Longer time
So the rental fees are:
Standard Hanbok Rental Fare – 4,500 Korean Won per Hour
(Minimum 4 Hours of Rental required)
4 Hours – 13,000 Korean Won
1 Day (24 Hours) – 26,000 Korean Won
***** additional accessories need to pay additional *****
Copy of ID card + Hanbok Rental Deposit of 50,000 Korean Won per Hanbok.
deposit ID card + Hanbok Rental Deposit of 10,000 Korean Won per Hanbok
* As a substitute an ID card, a valid Passport or Korean Alien Registration Card will be accepted
* In case of group booking (max. 4 people), only 1 ID card is required.
Free Entrance when you are wearing Hanbok!
to Gyeongbokgung Palace , Jongmyo Shire, Changgyeonggung Palace , Changdeokgung Palace , Unhyeonggung Palace , Deoksugung Palace , Gyeonghuigung Palace
[How to go] Oneday hanbok is located at in front of Chungmuro station (Line no.3, no.4) exit.8
Address : In front of Exit 8, Chungmuro station
(Same building as KB Bank , KIA motors).
#303 Floor 3, 125-3 Chungmuro 4-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul
Opening Hours – Open 7 days, 10:00~ 20:00
( Rental is available until 19:00)
FB: https://www.facebook.com/onedayseoul (Korean)
Email : email@example.com
**ALL PICTURE AND INFORMATION ARE TAKEN FROM ONEDAY HANBOK OFFICIAL WEBSITE AND FACEBOOK. WE DONT OWN ANY
OF THE PICTURE*****
Looking for more places to experience Korean Hanbok in Seoul?
Check out this flash card set we made earlier this year!