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Beauty of Korean Culture (Kids in Hanbok)

i found these pics soooo adorable nd i thght i shd share as i love nd respect the beauty in all culture beautiful sweet little angels soooo cuttte credit 2 its actual owners :)
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wow these are really beautiful! the kids are cute too of course haha are outfits like these worn for special occassions?
The picture with the bubbles is SOO cute!
Everyone looks good in a hanbok haha
Korean traditional dress is so beautiful~~
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