Have you ever wondered what our favorite Disney Princesses would look like if they were made in Korea? Artist Wu Na Yang breathes new life to these beautiful Disney characters by reimagining them in Korean ensembles. The characters feature Korean standards of beauty such as pale, smooth skin, big, bright eyes, rosy lips, and a thin physique to match. The Hanboks have been intricately designed, with most part of the colors taken from the characters’ original designs.
Wu Na Yang’s rendition shows The Little Mermaid antagonist, Ursula, in a different light. In Wu’s rendition, Ursula is not as terrifying. She wears a purple and white Hanbok over her thinner physique, and has her eight tentacles revealed underneath her Chima.
So far, only nine designs have been released, including characters from The Frog Prince, Beauty and The Beast, and Little Red Riding Hood. Which ones did you like best?-HANA