...and tried on traditional Korean 한복 (hanbok), the Korean equivalent of a kimono, at a recently SMOE teacher's training workshop. I have since avoided doing this because I think
a) hanboks are generally really ugly
b) you usually have to pay to do this
c) after putting on the hanbok, ten thousand pictures will be taken of you by friends/random Korean passerby. Yuck.
a) my friend Shelby dressed up in man clothes like she was my husband
b) it was free
c) this hanbok was pretty, and I got to wear this awesome hat that Korean kisaeng (geishas) usually get to wear. Witness: