If you don't sew, and find someone who will translate, you can hire someone who will sew something for you, such as a "Hanbok" or quilt!
In May, I attended an Ambassador's Wives Garden Club luncheon at the invitation of Helen, one of my tennis teammates from Australia. She was in charge of the event which was held at the recently re-opened "Floating Buildings", officially called "Some Sevit" on the Han River. You may recognize these buildings from the Hollywood movie "Avengers, Age of Ultron", some of which was filmed in Seoul. Korean architecture, both ancient and modern, is one of the fascinating curiosities of Seoul. The first photo shows a structure that is used as a media art gallery, and for concerts and stage performances. The three other buildings were designed to represent a flower - beginning as a bud, starting to blossom, and finally achieving full bloom. These buildings are really a lovely sight at night, when they light up in ever changing patterns of color. They are currently used to house restaurants, wedding, exhibition, and conference venues.
As part of the luncheon, we enjoyed a beautiful performance by a couple of professional Korean opera singers, who also happened to perform at the 1988 Summer Olympics held in Seoul.
K-pop isn't the only music to love in Korea!