Being a fervent enthusiast of Korean dramas for more than 5 years now, it is really a must for me to include wearing Hanbok in our schedule. Thanks to One Day Hanbok Rental for guiding us from booking to fitting to enjoying the ensemble.
The shop is located at Bukchonro5-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul – approximately 300 meters from Exit 2 of Anguk Station across Jae-dong Elementary School.
In order to be prioritized, you have to secure a prior booking by sending an email at email@example.com with your name, date, time and number of persons who will be renting the traditional korean outfit. Fitting starts at 9 in the morning. Until all who have prior bookings have been accommodated, that’s the only time for the employees to attend for the walk-in guests.
One Day Hanbok is around two blocks away from Gyeongbokgung Palace. It’s okay to walk as you will find many other locals and tourists walking while wearing hanbok. But if you wish to take a cab, I guess it will cost you only 3,000 KW per cab.
Wearing a hanbok gives you a privilege to be exempted from paying entrance fees on all palaces around Seoul.
Fee is 15,000 KW for 4-hours rental and 28,000 KW for 24-hours rental.
Just be careful not to damage anything as additional liability is imposed for failure to return the rented items in good condition.
A deposit of 10,000 KW per person is required together with one passport. The counter randomly selected Eliana’s passport as part of the deposit so she kept on reminding me the whole day about it. HAHAHA.
Bekifuls definitely loved this. ❤
The whole outfit is complete with hair accessories, fan and small bags; though there is an additional fee of 2,000 KW as an option for men’s hair dress and women’s underskirt. I suggest you avail the underskirt, ladies. 🙂
The shop has locker rooms where you can actually leave all your belongings – for free! 🙂
Isn’t it obvious that we were captivated by these colorful hanbok? Haha.
And of course, any shoot won’t end without bloopers…