Time to bring out the hanbok!

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9 Responses

  1. AzureWolf says:

    Haha, my friend said the same thing about women and the Lunar New Year, and for the same reason. But like you, she looks forward to it.

    Happy New Year!

  2. Ann Murray says:

    I wish you and your family the best, happiest, healthy, and prosperous New Year!

    I enjoy your blog! It’s great.

  3. gail says:

    oh, so pretty. the kids are adorable. 😀 didn’t know the hanbok can be much work (to take care of)

    happy new year! more power to you, your family and your blog.

  4. Cio says:

    how much does a hanbok cost?

    we chinese are kinda similar in that there is a lot of baggage that comes with being a son, especially the firstborn. but things arent that extreme anymore in the philippines. hehe

    oh yeah, you have mail 🙂

  5. marian says:

    betchay… have a Happy New year! I know its a big deal there in Korea. Lots of food and celebration, how i envy you. 🙂
    anyways, all the best of health and happiness to you and your family. by the way, your kids really cute in their Hanbok!

  6. Betchay says:

    @Cio >> the price of a hanbok depends on the material used… to give u an idea, mine is between 500-1000 dollars 😉

    @ marian >> thanks, but they’re not my kids… hehehe… lots of food pero lots of hard work din… kaya nga, most korean women complain…

    @gail >> thanks… and TG it’s over

    @AzureWolf >> it only happens once a year, so might as well enjoy the beef

    @Ann Murray >> thanks so much! i owe you something… sorry for the delay 🙂

  7. ana says:

    hi.
    im wanna study in a korean cooking school. do u have any idea how much the cooking lessons for a month would cost me?
    thanks

  8. fragilegirl says:

    wow it does look expensive. hahaha

  9. anna says:

    where did you buy those? and how much?

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