hangul jacket designs
When vacationing in Rome, we had seen glimpses of jackets with texts with texts which looked like imitations of hangul already on our first day there. The very second day in a visit to the Porta Portese outdoor market opening on Sundays we got a chance to have a closer look. First there was this yellow vest hanging on a trader's booth. A little further down the street lined with market stalls was this fellow wearing a "New Men" jacket. And yes, it actually reads "New man" in Korean letters and Korean language in the jacket as well, save for a couple of misplaced or missing strokes which may be intentional or mistaken, can't tell. (An Italian sportswear manufacturer intentionally spelt one design as Napapijri instead of the "correct" Napapiiri (Finnish for "polar circle".) And all this harmoniously set with insignia resembling the Japanese navy flag and the flag of England.
Categories at del.icio.us/hunjang: Koreanlanguage