It is the first weekend of spring and you all know what that means? MINI SPRING PHOTOSHOOT IN HANBOKS! I think it’s almost every person’s bucket list that visits Korea to dress in the beautiful Korean hanboks, go to the palace and experience a beautiful historical culture of the country (and of course with really cute pictures). After doing some research on where I can rent a hanbok, I found Oneday Hanbok located off of Anguk Station near Gyeongbokgung Palace. So happy that Oneday Hanbok had a website with multiple languages, such as Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese and Thai. How awesome is that! Prior to arrival, I had already emailed Oneday Hanbok to book a reservation in advance so we can get a guaranteed spot for fitting. Thank goodness I made a reservation because there were SO many people waiting. When we arrived, all I did was show the confirmation email, stored our personal belongings away and went straight to find our hanboks. Oneday Hanbok is a slightly small building with not much space to maneuver, but it had a variety of hanboks with sizes ranging from XS-XXL, a vanity room with curling irons, free rubber bands and bobby pins. Oneday Hanbok also had quite a few fitting rooms and a great selection of accessories. My friends and I seriously only took 30 minutes and we were already out the door looking pretty in our hanboks. We only rented the hanboks for 4 hours which cost us 15,000 won each (10,000 won deposit per hanbok). We rented the petticoats as well so that was an additional 2,000 won with the accessories at no cost. So happy I got to finally dress in a hanbok! I’ll definitely go back to Oneday Hanbok next time.