Penguins wear Hanbok for the Lunar New Year

Penguins are decked out in the traditional Korean national costume known as Hanbok during a Lunar New Year event at an aquarium in Seoul, South Korea, on January 17, 2012. Hanbok are characterized by bright colors, clean lines, and an absence of pockets anywhere on the blouse (jeogori) or the skirt (chima). The word 'Hanbok' translates to 'Korean clothing' and is worn during festivals, special events, and celebrations.

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