Jung Il-woo’s Stunning Hanbok Was Made by His Mother!

140819 조선 최고의 ‘패셔니스타’ 정일우, 남다른 한복 자태 비결 공개!_2

Jung Il-woo is appearing in MBC’s Monday-Tuesday drama ‘The Night Watchman’ as a prince ‘Irin’ who is a fashion leader of Joseon era. To our surprise, his Hanbok (Korean traditional costume) was designed by his mother.

The Hanbok with the beautiful colors and flower patterns that Jung Il-woo wore in the drama was made by his mother Shim Youn-ok, an authority of fabrics of the nation. She made it with her utmost sincerity.

140819 조선 최고의 ‘패셔니스타’ 정일우, 남다른 한복 자태 비결 공개!_4

Shim Youn-ok is carefully working on fabrics. 

When Shim Youn-ok saw his son worrying about hanbok he would wear in the drama, she gladly told him that she would give fabrics to make Hanbok for him.

Meanwhile, Jung Il-woo also visited his mother when he heard that she was working on fabrics in a school in Buyeo.

140819 조선 최고의 ‘패셔니스타’ 정일우, 남다른 한복 자태 비결 공개!_3

Jung Il-woo seems to be touched by fabrics which is full of his mother’s best wishes

Jung Il-woo appeared in a beautiful red Dopo (Korean full-dress attire) which was made of his mother’s fabrics in the 4th and 5th episodes. People were mesmerized by the beautiful colors.

Meanwhile, prince ‘Irin’ was imprisoned by prince ‘Kisan’ because of Sadam’s evil tricks. Viewers are now wondering how the relationship between brother prince ‘Irin’ and ‘Kisan’ will go after this incident. MBC’s Monday-Tuesday drama ‘The Night Watchman’ will air its 6th episode at 10:00 p.m. on August 19.

Source: getitk

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