Experience Korean Traditional Clothes

Hanbok made with unique Korean colors and lines. We introduce places where you can experience the costumes that have changed according to the history and make your trip in Incheon meaningful.

Wolmi Cultural Center
The Wolmi Cultural Center displays the history of Incheon in a chronological manner, and is an experience-oriented exhibition hall.  This place offers a glimpse of Korean traditional culture through the rituals of the birth of ordinary people and the wedding ceremony rituals.  There is also a space for visitors to see and experience the royal culture of the palace.
  • AddressAddress

    97-29, Bukseong-dong 1(il)-ga, Jung-gu, Incheon

  • PhonePhone

    +82-32-440-5933

  • Hours of operationHours of operation

    Daily 09:00-18:00 (Final admission 17:30)

  • Holidays : Mon/ 1st Jan 

Gyeongseong Clothes Gyeongseong Black and White Studio

Wear Gaehwagi costumes and take pictures like back in the days at the Gyeongseong Black and White Photo Studio, located in Incheon China Town. There are a variety of clothes and accessories available for rent to anyone of all ages. Clothing rentals are available in Hall 1, and clothing rentals and photography are available in Hall 2.

*Clothes rental (per person: 1 outfit, hat, bag, accessories)

3 hours (KRW): 30,000

6 hours (KRW): 40,000

Day (KRW): 45,000

2 days and 1 night: 50,000

  • AddressAddress

    7, Chinatown-ro 44beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon

  • PhonePhone

    +82-32-773-7766

    +82-32-762-7766 http://

  • Hours of operationHours of operation

    Mon-Fri 11:00-19:00 / Sat, Sun  10:00-19:00

     

    Holidays : Open year round 

  • WebsiteWebsite

    www.instagram.com/jang_boutique/?hl=ko

Jung-gu Life History Museum Exhibition Hall

(Gaehwagi costume experience)

Jung-gu Life History Museum Exhibition Hall exhibits life history from the 1960s and 1970s. The life history of Jung-gu, Incheon is divided into ceremonial, food, and main cultures. In the special exhibition room, visitors can watch movies from the 1970s for free.  Some spaces sell distinctive food and cultural products. There is also a place where visitors can rent out Gaehwagi clothes, hanbok, and old school uniforms.

* When renting clothes, accessories are provided free of charge.

*Clothes rental (per hour)

-School uniform, Professional uniform, Gaehwagi clothing (KRW): 12,000

-Hanbok (KRW): 20,000

-Party wear, tuxedo/mini dress (KRW): 30.000

-Wedding dress (KRW): 50,000

  • AddressAddress

    97, Sinpo-ro 23beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon

  • PhonePhone

    +82-32-766-2202

  • Hours of operationHours of operation

    Daily 09:00-18:00 (Final Admission 17:30)

     

    Holidays : Mon

  • WebsiteWebsite

    jlhm.icjgss.or.kr/ (Only Korean) 

Traditional Chinese Clothes Experience at the Korean-Chinese Cultural Center

The Korea-China Cultural Center is a place where visitors can experience various Chinese cultures in Korea, and was established to promote Chinatown and friendly cultural exchanges with China. In the experience space on the third floor, you can try on the traditional Chinese costume “Qipao." For reference, the gallery on the first floor is free to watch, and permanent performances are held on weekends, so it is good to look around.

*Admission (KRW) Children: Free / Youth: 700 won / Soldier: 500 won / Adult: 1,000 won

  • AddressAddress

    238, Jemullyang-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon

  • PhonePhone

    +82-32-760-7860~6

  • Hours of operationHours of operation

    09:00-18:00

     

    Holidays : Mon

  • WebsiteWebsite

    www.hanjung.or.kr/ (Only Korean)