What's the difference between those two countries?
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I watched Asian Games and found the ladies carrying medals at swimming wears some kind of interesting costume.
For Japanese eyes, it looks like kimono (Japanese ethnic costume) or han fu (Chinese costume in old era). The shape of sleeves, the belt, the collar are similar to kimono or han fu.
But I don't know much about Korean costume culture. I only know chima jeogori as Korean female traditional costume.
Are there any kind of traditional costume like this in Korea?
Anybody please give me some information about this.
>Are there any kind of traditional costume like this in Korea?
NO. NOT AT ALL.
INCHEON city government gave order to design special costume for Asian Game progress staff to local(INCHEON) design school.
But they make this shit.
Oh... shocking. Thanks for your reply.
I thought if kimono might have come from China "via Korea", looking this costume.
So, this costume is not welcomed in Korea? (If this costume have nothing with Korean traditional culture, they don't like it because it looks like rather kimonoor han fu than chima jeogori , do they?)
Which song should a I listen to, to get an idea of your country's culture?
Had this thread last night
Argentina finally got google street view. Lets see what we can find
I don't want to meddle in other countries' affairs.
How does Russia contain their boner?
Meanwhile in Macedonia.
what is "western" culture?
is eastern Europe western?
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Why isn't Filipino the international language?
It's easy to learn, easy to spell, very simple, and it sounds much better than English.
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Invited: the Irish, Spanish, Scots, Germans, Polish, French, Americans, Russians, Dutchmen
Not Invited: Tory bastards (English, Canadians)
>Talking to strangers on the bus
Why would you do this?
So, Scots! Are you going to vote yes?
I have no idea.
I thought the NO vote was panicing when they said they would grant Scotland more powers, but that was a red herring.
>Leader of the pro-Union Better Together campaign, Alistair Darling, later clarified what the chancellor had meant.
>"It's not new powers - the powers have already been announced,"
So they caused quite a bit of excitement using absolutely nothing new. All the English are asking why are they giving them more powers and handouts?
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