After visiting Seoul for so many times, we actually have never tried on a Hanbok. Found out we can try on Hanbok for a pretty cheap price at Namsangol Hanok Village. So, we rushed there before it closes for the day! Can't really remember, but I think it was 10,000 won for an hour or so? Definitely a lot cheaper than when I rented my kimono while I was in Kyoto.
They have sets of modern and traditional hanbok to choose from. Cho and I chose the traditional princess type of hanbok. Lets be princess for an hour.
We took about a million selfies here until our phones and camera ran out of battery~
The place is pretty big, but we were too busy taking pictures of ourselves before we have to return them that we never got to walk around the park. The rental places closes around 5 or 6pm. And they stop renting out hanbok after 5pm. Will probably come again and explore the park.
We got out of Chungmuro Station exit 3 and walked for about 5 minutes to Namsangol Hanok Village.
Namsangol Hanok Village is at point i in the list Places Part 2 on the map below:
Day 1: Airbnb in Hongdae > Myeongdong
Day 2: Majang Meat Market
Day 3: Breakfast at 교지나주곰탕 in Hongdae > Isaac Toast > Korea House 한국의집 > Hanbok Experience at Namsangol Hanok Village> Gwangjang Market > LED Roses at DDP
Day 4: Pork stew at 이대조뼈다귀 in Hongdae > Airbnb in Seomyeon > Dinner at Busan
Day 5: Breakfast at 전망좋은집 Gamcheon Culture Village > Gamcheon Culture Village > Busan Tower and Nampo Area > Raw crabs for dinner
Day 6: Traditional Market 부전시장(주) > Lunch at Taejongdae > Taejongdae Park > Dinner in Nampo Dong at 남포 구워삶기
Day 7: Pork Knuckle at Haeundae Market > Haeundae Beach > Mom's Touch > Gwangalli Beach > Korean BBQ at Gwangalli Beach > Fried Chicken at Mom's Touch again > Night time Busan Tower
Day 8: Korea BBQ Breakfast at 동남갈비 > Jaseongdae Park > Busanjin Market > Pork Soup at 쌍둥이 돼지국밥 > Busan Museum > Movie in Kyungsung University area
Day 9: Lotteria