Source: No Cut News via Naver
1. [+203, -17] Their hanbok is designed in a more Chinese style, though
2. [+183, -28] Mamamoo’s outfits do look a bit like they’re from a Chinese martial arts novel
3. [+136, -8] Well if you design the hanbok in such a Chinese way, you’re basically giving the Chinese bait to latch on to… tsk
4. [+94, -15] You can’t dress the hanbok like this and not expect China to go harder on their claims
5. [+15, -0] China’s problematic for claiming the hanbok as theirs but these outfits are problematic for hanboks too
6. [+15, -1] This design makes a mess of the original hanbok. Doesn’t look like hanboks at all. No wonder the Chinese are claiming it as theirs. Please stop trying to redesign the hanboks in this way.
7. [+11, -1] Their outfits look Chinese even to me… stop with such drastic changes. Traditional hanboks do not use such designs and colors
8. [+9, -0] I think it’s great that they’re trying to spread awareness about the hanbok but you have to stay within the boundaries of the hanbok’s original design. Please pay more attention to the design and colors next time…
9. [+9, -0] Hanbok or not, these outfits just look weird and ugly ㅋㅋㅋ
10. [+8, -1] Their hanboks look like they only used the hanbok fabric and came up with a completely new design. It doesn’t have the characteristic class of the hanbok. Changes are fine but within certain restrictions. I’m not taking China’s side on this but I do see where the misunderstandings can come from.