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Fashion designer Lee Young-hee, known for modernizing and globalizing hanbok (traditional Korean dress) is presenting a panorama of 40 years of her designs at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza from Wednesday to Oct. 9 under the title “Baram, Baraem,” which translates into “Wind, Wish.” The exhibition presents dozens of Lee’s designs that walked down various runways in Europe; hanbok that show her inspirations, challenges and wishes; as well as her signature pieces - the so-called “clothing of the wind.” Above is a collection of jeogori (upper garment) that she designed from the 1980s through today. Tickets cost 12,000 won for adults. By Yim Seung-hye




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