Many of my Korean friends have been asking me whether we have a hanbok in Uzbekistan. Definitely, we do. Some of my Uzbek friends also ask me what people wear in Korea. I put together pictures of traditional clothes of Korean, Uzbek and Karakalpak people.
|Male traditional costumes in Korea, Uzbekistan and Karakalpakstan (respectively)|
|Female traditional costumes in Korea, Uzbekistan and Karakalpakstan (respectively)|
You have to note that these clothes are NOT worn in daily life these days. People dress up in these during special ceremonies (like weddings and national holidays). Although, historically, in all countries people wore them in everyday life.
Below is a girl (guess who?) in Uzbek traditional clothes. Warning: what the guy wearing is not Uzbek at all :) Guess which country he is from? :)