Thursday, June 28, 2012


A popular thing to do in Korea is to match your significant other when going out. I've seen it a lot when walking around down-town Pyeongtaek or Seoul. Lots of couples have matching, or at the very least, color-coordinating outfits here. The matching extends beyond just significant others, though; I have also seen mothers/daughters matching, friends matching, and even entire families matching! Sometimes people match their shirts, other times they match shoes, and sometimes we have even seen matching backpacks, purses, jewelry, hats, and other accessories. 

Here are some pictures of the clothing displays in some shops. If you click once on it, it'll enlarge the picture so you can get a better look. Matchy-matchy has taken on a whole new meaning...