Norigae - traditional Korean pendant trinket
Courtesy of the Lee family, 2013
Hopin Lee is fluent in both English and Korean and along with his family, is proud of his Korean heritage. This traditional Korean pendant trinket is called a Norigae (노리개) and belongs to Hopin’s mother, Sunae Lee. The Norigae is worn by women around the chest and waistline together with the Han Bok (한복) is often worn at special events and occasions such as weddings and funerals.
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