As the Scottish have kilts, Peruvians ponchos and Indians saris, Koreans have hanbok, their traditional garment. Originating in the ancient Korean kingdoms, its design and variety has been fairly steady from medieval to modern times, differing only based on the season or gender of the wearer. While Koreans today generally only wear authentic hanbok on special occasions such as weddings and traditional holidays, modern variations like Saenghwal hanbok that have been tailored to fit modern lifestyles are sometimes seen in everyday life.
Korean designers continue to introduce hanbok-themed clothes to the Western world via world-famous fashion events such as France's Pret-a-Porte. 출처: http://prkorea.com