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K-BEAUTY WORKSHOP (KOREAN LUNAR NEW YEAR’S SPECIAL: TRADITIONAL HANBOK HAIR & MAKEUP WORKSHOP)

To celebrate Korean Lunar New Year’s ‘Seollal’, KCC will hold a K-Beauty Workshop where you can try wearing Hanbok (Korean traditional outfit), try out traditional style makeup and hair as well as enjoying Korean traditional snacks at our Hanok (Korean traditional house). This event is a part of City of Sydney’s, Sydney Lunar Festival.

If you are interested in K-Beauty and have always dreamed of becoming a princess in a sageuk (Korean historical drama), you have the chance to do so at KCC!

WORKSHOP DETAILS

TIME & DATE
– 6:00pm – 7:30pm, 2 FEB
– 4:00pm – 5:30pm, 3 FEB

VENUE: Korean Cultural Centre AU (Ground Floor, 255 Elizabeth st, Sydney NSW)

PROGRAM
– Wearing Hanbok
– Makeup tutorial, Hair tutorial
– Photoshoot in the Hanok
– Enjoying traditional snacks

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
– The Hanbok’s come in all sizes
– Please bring all of your makeup, it will be better if you come bare face so that you can follow the makeup tutorial from the start!
– Each time slot goes up to 1.5 hours and up to 20 people
– Please click ‘HERE‘ and fill out the form by 25th JAN.

WORKSHOP INSTRUCTORS:

Miranda Day

Born and raised in countryside Western Australia Miranda Day created MiranDay designs out of her passion for Traditional Korean clothing – the Hanbok.

After learning of the Hanbok during her studies of Costume Design at Swinburne University in 2011, Miranda went on to study Korean Language and Culture at Monash University in 2013. As part of her studies Miranda moved to Seoul in 2019 and undertook further language and cultural courses at Yonsei University. During her years of study MiranDay Designs was born and she now creates unique handmade garments for purchase and hire in Melbourne, Australia. MiranDay Designs works to promote Hanbok here in Australia and around the world. By raising awareness of the traditional clothing she hopes both younger and older generation will become interested in Korean culture and textiles. Each Hanbok designed and made by MiranDay is a unique creation using a range of limited one-of-a-kind fabrics from all around the globe. Designed to make each wearer feel special and beautiful. MiranDay Hanboks truly are the creation of her love of Hanbok.

Mikyoung Ann

Mikyoung Ann is a makeup designer and hair stylist who has been working in the Korean Beauty Field since 2003. In Korea she worked in Cheongdam, Gangnam with actors (Park Bogum, Choi Si-Won, Lee Hyun-woo, Cha Tae-hyun and more), K-pop Idols (Super Junior, Eunha Lee, and more), models (Song Hae-na, Yeo Yeon-hee, Lee Hyeon-jeong, Baekhyun and more), magazines (Wedding 21, My Wedding, Elle, Ceci, First Look and more), advertisements (Samsung Card, Dunkin Donuts, Hi-Mart, BBG Chicken) dramas (High kick through the roof, Oh! My Lady, Wonderful Mama and more), and also for bridal and weddings.

CONTACT: Jenny Chung / jenny.c@koreanculture.org.au

This event is offered as part of SYDNEY LUNAR FESTIVAL

and in partnership with SBS