There are plenty of ways to gain in on the great aspects of traditional Korean culture and heritage. And if you had to pick one, then I’m pretty sure the Korean Hanbok would win hands down.
The Korean hanbok and tea-making experience in Daegu is truly more than meets the eye. Moreover, many might perceive it solely as the national dress and a drink but it’s cultural values. In reality, it’s actually Korea’s pride and identity. And if you were to ask the experts on how to gain the best insight over Korean traditions and customs, this would be it.
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While Seoul has plenty of ways by which you can discover about Korea’s rich past, I was able to embark on a beautiful journey with a similar theme. For me, it revolved around cultural exploration with fascinating features.
From Korean Hanbok wearing to tantalizing Korean tea making- it was a journey into the unknown. All in all, I went back home with beautiful memories, sure to last a lifetime.
Trying on the Korean Hanbok- fun-filled experience
The best thing about Korea’s culture is the vibrant Korean Hanbok. And as the old saying goes, if you come to the country and don’t wear its attire, your trip is surely incomplete.
Therefore, if you ever get the opportunity to try on the Korean Hanbok, you should consider yourselves lucky. The country’s national costume screams royalty, great aesthetics, and decadence. At the same time, the whimsical designs and breathtaking colors are in a league of their own.
Paired with matching scarves, hats, and belts- it’s an absolutely striking part of the Korean cultural flair. Arising in a number of different designs, you learn so much about the proper etiquettes of this attire. At the same time, you get to click away some magnificent shots, while donning the costume.
According to research, wearing Hanbok is considered to be an integral component of Korean culture. After all, it is such a distinct component of the country’s heritage. Don’t forget to go home with some incredible memories as you pose away with loved ones in the traditional dress.
The art of Korean tea making
As a foreigner, Korea provides visitors with so much to explore. And that probably has to do with the fact that the culture stems from such a rich and colorful spectacle of customs. Thankfully, I adore collecting memories from different parts of the world. And for me, this Korean tea making experience was definitely a notch above all others.
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So what is this magical experience all about? Well, if you don’t know by now, Korean tea ranks as one of the most popular beverages around the globe. For this reason, you’ll find plenty of people bagging in on exports of this delicacy.
Whether it’s green tea, black tea, or regular tea- the list of options is truly limitless. At the same time, you’ll be honored to find out that the health benefits related to Korean teas are unbelievable. From weight loss and improved digestion to great skin benefits too- the entire experience is wholistic.
Taking back a bucketload of memories
No matter what you invest your money and time in, there should always be one thing at the back of your mind. Does this experience add value to my life? Is it memorable? What will I gain from this experience?
If you can easily answer these types of questions, you know you’ve invested in a worthwhile experience. And just like that, I can safely say that this Korean Hanbok and tea making activity is on another level of greatness.
Not only do you go back with plenty of traditional customs, you appreciate the greatness of South Korean culture. Other than that, the fact that you wear hanboks and indulge in a traditional tea ceremony is truly epic.
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As you embrace the beauty of the Korean hanbok, you also prepare your own version of Korean tea. How cool is that? All in all, it’s one of those fulfilling activities. And just in case that wasn’t enough, many facilities allow you to relax and unwind with a reinvigorating foot bath made of green tea.
At the end of the experience, I was lucky enough to receive some of the tea that I made as to the perfect souvenir. Likewise, visitors also receive a lucky bag that features more little souvenirs that will always remind you of this experience.
Korean Hanbok is an integral part of the country’s cultural aspects and values. For this reason, it’s an absolute treat for visitors to come and enlighten their souls by dressing up and making customized tea.