SEOUL, Oct. 14 (Korea Bizwire) – A traditional Hanbok (traditional Korean outfit) designed by a young Korean designer caught the eyes of visitors at a fashion show in Hong Kong.
Designer Jo Jin-woo displayed traditional and modern Hanbok at the Korea·Hong Kong Fashion Exchange held at PMQ Hong Kong. Jo Jin-woo is a designer for the brand ‘Baek Ok Su’. Coming from Andong, he is continuing the family business of making Hanbok that has lasted for three generations.
Charlie Ho, a female designer from Hong Kong, presented contemporary clothes from her native country. After graduating from St. Martin’s, a famous English fashion school, she is active as a popular designer in Hong Kong, managing a design store at PMQ.
Event officials are determined to expand collaboration and exchange among artists from Korea and Hong Kong.
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