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The discount chain Homeplus is offering children’s hanbok, or traditional Korean attire, at a starting price of 39,000 won ($32). Customers who purchase a children’s hanbok that costs more than 50,000 won will get a 5,000 won gift certificate. Those who purchase a hanbok priced 60,000 won or higher will be able to pick either a girl’s hanbok underskirt, a boy’s traditional hat or a bokjumeoni lucky pouch for free. The sale will run through Sunday, with Lunar New Year, or Seollal, being celebrated on Monday. [HOMEPLUS]

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