(Closed) Where to buy a Hanbok???

posted 8 years ago in East Asian
Post # 3
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223 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

can you come to la? i live in la and i just got fitted for mine for the reception in koreatown with a great lady. i could give you her info if you’re interested. 

Post # 4
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Wannabee
  • Wedding: September 2011

@hamachi: Hi! If you have any recommendations in the LA area, I’d be really interested. My mom and I went to a couple places in Downtown with very mixed results.

Thanks in advance!

Post # 5
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2947 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

@celadonblue: If I get one, I’m having my cousin take my measurements while she visits and order it online. Do you have any family that can help you?

http://sonjjang.com/

Post # 6
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201 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2012

@celadonblue: My mom, SIL and SIL’s mom got their hanboks from Moon Hyun Sim in K-town for my brother+SIL’s wedding. I think they were all happy with the quality and service.

Moon Hyun Sim Hanbok
1001 S. Vermont Ave. #204
Los Angeles, CA 90006
213-365-0981

I also saw good Yelp reviews for…

Leehwa Dress Shop
555 S. Western Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90020
213-252-0022 

Post # 7
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Wannabee
  • Wedding: June 2015

i also highly recommend Lee Hwa’s Korean Dress Shop in Los Angeles!! 

They have the most stunning and gorgeous dresses !!

Post # 8
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

A few weeks ago I vistited 3 hanbok shops in K-town, to look for dresses for myself, mother, and future mother-in-law.

Kim Mehee Korean Dress Boutique:  rude rude rude.  I went in there w/my mom.  One lady was was older, and grumpy right off the bat.  The other lady who I assume is the owner, came off nice, but a little superficial.  When my mom left the room for a second, the 2 employees who thought I didn’t understand Korean, began snickering and bad-mouthing my mom and I.  Besides their rudeness, and talking down to us, their pre-made dresses start at $7-800 and up.  And even more for custom, which you’ll have to get if you don’t fit into any of their sizes.  Paebaek rentals $250-$350.

The 2nd shop, I can’t remember the name.  I have a business card at home, so I’ll update later:  Also not that great of a store.  Small shop, high prices.  They had similar prices to Kim Mehee.  Their Paebaek rentals were $200.  They were rude in that they left me and mom hanging when they found a bride who had a closer wedding date.  Thanks.

The 3rd shop, Sin Sae Kae Dept Store 3150 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006:  Here I found my dress, and my mother’s, and my FMIL’s.  Their service was so much better than the previous two.  They were welcoming, and helpful.  Their prices were MUCH better as well.  My dress was CUSTOM, and cost me $400.  I got to pick the style, and fabric colors.  They include a pretty dangle you wear on the dress.  For $99 you also get all of the necessary hanbok undergarments, and korean shoes (which they even have high heeled versions!)  They had 2 different options of Paebaek rentals, which were both $100.  We even got my mom and Future Mother-In-Law coordinating dresses.  They were by far the best store, in terms of prices and customer service.

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